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Full text of ""The Stage" cyclopaedia; a bibliography of plays. An alphabetical list of plays and other stage pieces of which any record can be found since the commencement of the English stage, together with descriptions, authors' names, dates and places of production, and other useful information, comprising in all nearly 50,000 plays, and extending over a period of upwards of 500 years. Compiled by Reginald Clarence [pseud.]"

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PREFACE 



The object of the present work has been to compile an alphabetical list 
of plays, operas, oratorios, sketches, and otlier stage pieces of which any 
record can be found since the commencement of the English Stage, giving 
authors' names, dates of production, and recording important revivals. 
Tlie entries have been corrected up to October 1, 1909. 

It is nearly 100 years since the last book of the present kind was pub- 
lished, and it is obvious that the veiy large number jof plays, operas, 
oratorios, sketches, etc., which have been produced during that period have 
made the work of compilation exceedingly heavy. The book referred to is 
" The Drama Recorded; or. Barker's List of Plays," a small volume of about 
200 pages, published in 1814, and giving title, author's name, and date of 
publication of the plays referred to within its covers. Altogether, some 
6.500 plays are mentioned, the particulars in all cases being of the briefest 
description. The present volume contains references to about 50,000 plays. 

In. order to make the Cyclopaedia as comprehensive as possible, refei'- 
ence has been made to the works of the great Roman and Grecian authors, 
for it is to such masters as Plant us, Terence, Seneca, Aristophanes, 
iEschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and others that the plots of some import^xnt 
plays can be traced. The works of these classic writers will be found in 
collective forms under the headings Greek Plays, Latin Plays, etc. Refer- 
ences have also been made under the headings French Classical Plays, 
German Classical Plays, etc., to the works of Moliere, Corneille, Goethe, 
Schiller, Tasso, and other more modem geniuses, and our own Shakespeare 
has received serious attention. 

Tragedy and Comedy both originated in Greece some 500 years B.C. 
The early Roman dramatic writers belonged to a little later period. 

England was late in receiving the art. Geoffrey, a Frenchman by birth, 
an Abbot of St. Albans, introduced religious tragedies to his scholars about 
1110 A.D. The first piece they acted was called " The Miracles of St. 
Catherine." After that date Mysteries and Miracle Plays were performed 
from time to time. 

These representations were given in churches or on wooden moveable 
platforms raised in tho market-places. 



PREFACE. 



Tlie most important of the Miracle Plays are the Chester Plays, the 
Coventry Plays, the Wakefield (Towneley) Plays, and the York Plays. Full 
particulars of these and other similar representations will be found under 
the heading Miracle Plays. In the year 1378 the scholars of St. Paul's 
School presented a petition to King Richard II. praying His Majesty to 
prohibit some persons from representing jDublicly the histoiy of the Old 
Testament. 

On July 18, 19, and 20, 1390, Interludes iwere played at Skinnei-'s 
Well. The Chester Plays were performed between 1328 and 1577, and we 
again hear of their joerfonnance in 1600. 

In 1535 a comedy called "Piscatorj or, The Fisher Caught," was 
written by one John Hoker, but tl^e first English comedy proper is 
generally acknowledged to have been " Ralph Roister Doister," by Nicholas 
Udall, in 1551. Another early comedy was "Gammer Gurton's Needle," 
written by Bishop Still about 1566, and printed in 1575. 

The first English tragedy worthy of consideration was by Thomas Sack- 
ville, Lord Buckhurst, and called " Gorboduc " (although it is said that the 
first two acts were from the pen of Thomas Norton and the j-emaining two 
only were by Sackville). It was acted before Queen Elizabeth on 
Januaiy 18, 1562, and printed in 1565. 

The first Italian comedy was Bajardo's " Timone,"' produced 'before 
1494, 'but a jmstoral draraia by Agnolo Poliziano, entitled " Orfeo," had 
appeared in 1472. In that year also the first Spanish comedy was written. 
The first Italian opera is regarded by Sismondi to ihave been " Daphne," 
which dates from about 1594. 

It may be mentioned that the first patent to act plays was granted by 
Queen Elizabeth, in 1574, to James Burbage, the father of the great 
tragedian, Richard Burbage, an actor in the Earl of Leicester's company. 

The first theatre built was erected on the site of what is now Holywell 
Lane, Shoreditch. A lease was granted to James: Burbage on April 13, 
1576, and the building, costing between £600 and £700, was erected and 
opened a few months later. It was known as The Theatre, and it had but 
a short life. The ground landlord, in 1597, stated that he required the 
ground for other purposes, and the building was pulled down. The 
materials were removed to Bankside, Southwark, and there was erected Tlie 
Globe. 

But in the meantime other theatres had been built. The Curtain was 
erected in the same neighbourhood as The Theatre in 1577; The Hope, on 
Bankside, was built in 1585, but this wasi indeed a poor structure; Tlie 
Rose, in the same district of Bankside, was opened in 1592, and The Black- 
friars — the site of which is now covered by the office of the Times and 
Playhouse Yard — ^was built in 1596. It was at The Globe and The Bhck- 
friars that the w^orks of Shakespeare were first produced. 

After that time theatres sprung up in different directions. The 
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, was built in 1663, and the noted Lincoln's Inn 
Theatre was erected in 1672. 



PREFACE. 5 

— _ — I _ 

At the present time there are no fewer than fifty-nine theatres in 
Loudon alone, and sixty-four variety theatres. In addition to these there 
are many other halls licensed for dramatic perfonnances. 

For the purposes of easy reference and research, care has been taken in 
the present work to give references and cross-references in cases where plays 
have been derived from novels or from other plays, and in other ways the 
Cyclopaedia has been made as complete as possible. 

In compiling this work, a task which has covered a period of upwards 
of twenty years, I have received valuable assistance from many sources, and 
I wish specially to acknowledge the information kindly supplied by Dr. Gow, 
the headmaster of Westminster School, and by Dr. Gray, of Bradfield 
College, Berkshire, where notable i-epresentations of Latin and Greek plays 
respectively are periodic:illy given; also the sei-vices kindly rendered by the 
Librarians at the British Museum, Guildhall, and other libraries; the con- 
tinuous and helpful work of my wife; the veiy valuable assistance rendered 
by Mr. L. Carson, Editor of The Stage ; Mr. George Grahame, and Mr. Fred 
Grove, all of whom have contiibuted much useful information and practical 
help. 

It may not be generally known that the library of the British Museum 
contains upwards of 600,000 playbills, carefully arranged and bound in 340 
volumes. There are 170 volumes of London playbills, 167 volumes of pro- 
vincial playbills, and three volumes containing foreign playbills. Liberal 
reference has been made to these and to many other smaller collections. 

The lives of noted theatrical personages, tlie histories of our theatres, 
the numerous collections of plays and other dramatic works, have all 
received careful scrutiny, and it is from such sources that the infonxiation 
within these pages has been derived. 

In dealing wuth such an enormo'-is number of dates it is too much to 
expect the absence of eiTors, but every care has been taken to attain that 
accuracy and completeness which are necessary to ensure the usefulness and 
reliability of the information contained in a work of this description. 

Deeember 6, 1909. REGINALD CLARENCE. 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



A = acts 

Ac = acted 

Adap. = adapted, adaptation 

Add. = added, additional 

Alt.=altered, alteration 

Amat. = amateur 

Arr. = arranged 

Ascr. = ascribed 

B.0. = ballad opera 

Borr. = borrowed 

Burl. =burlesque 

Burla. = burletta 

C. = comedy 

CD. = comic dra'Tia 

C.G. = Covent Garden 

C.O.=comic opera 

(C.P.) = copyright perforn>anc8 

Ca. = comedietta 

Cant. = cantata 

Comp. = composed 

D. = drama 

D.L. = Drury Lane 
Di V. = divertissement 
Dom.=domestic 
Dr. =dramatic 
Dram. = dramatised 
Duol. = duologue 
Eng. = English 
E nt. = entertainment 
Epi. = epilogue 
Eq.=equestrian 
Extrav. = eitravagan za 
F. = farce, farcical 
f.= founded 
Fr. = French 
fr. = from 



H.=hall 

Hay. = Haymarket 

H.M. = His Majesty's 

Her M. = Her Majesty's 

Hist. = historical, history 

Hum. = humorous 

Inc.=incident 

Inst. = institute 

Int. = interlude 

K. = king 

rj.I.F. = Lincoln's Inn Fields 

Lib. = libretto 

Lie. = licensed 

M.=music 

M.C.=mu ical comedy 

M.D.=musical drama 

M.E.=musical ent. 

M.F. = musical farce 

M.H. = Music Hall 

M.I.=musical interlude 

M.P. = musical play 

MS.=manuscript 

Mat.=matin6e 

Melo-d. =melo-drama 

Mono'. = monologue 

Mus. = musical 

N.ac.=not acted 

N.p. = not printed 

N.publ. = not published 

0.= opera 

O.H. = Opera House 

Oa.=operetta 

Ooc. = occasional 

Op. bo. = Opera-Boufte 

Op. C — Opera Comiqu 

Orat. = oratorio 



Orig.= original 

P. = play 

P.H.^publichall 

P. O.W. = Prince of Wales 

Pant. = pantomime 

Pav. = pavilion 

Perf. = performance, performed 

Pl.=played 

Pr. = printed 

Prel. — prelude 

Pro.=pro)ogue 

Prod.=produced 

Publ.=published 

Ps.= pseudonym 

Q.= Queen 

R. — rooms 

Bey.=revi'-al, revised 

Rom. = romance, romantic 

8.C. = serio-comic 

Sacr. = sacred 

Sat. = satirical 

Sk. = sketch 

Spec. = spectacle, spectacular 

T. = tragedy 

T.O. = tragi-comedy 

T.H. = Town Hall 

T.R. = Theatre Royal 

Tab. = tableau 

Tr. = transformed 

Transl. = translated, translation 

Trf d. = transferred 

XJnf. = unfinished 

Unk.=unknown 

V.= vaudeville 

Ver. = version 

Wr.>=; written 



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hampton Grand, March 21, 1898; Stratford 
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A.D. 5005. M.C. Pro. 2 a. Tom Heffernon. 
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1905. 

A LA FRANCAISE. Piece. 1 a. A. O'D. 
Bartholeyne. Avenue, July 8, 1893. 

A.S.S. F. 1 a. J. M. Miaddox. Lyceum, 
April 213', 18i58; CriteTion, August. 1I3, 18'S7. 

ABAELLINO, THE GREAT BANDIT. P. 
fr. the German by Wm. Dunlap. New York, 
February 11, ISOl. Pr. 1802. 

ABANDONiDINO THE BLOODLEiSS. D. 
H. J. Byron. Pub. by S. French, Ltd. — 

ABANDONED WOMAN, AN. D. 5 a. "Sliles 
Wallerton and Francis Gilbert. Newcastle-on- 
Tyne Palace, March 6, 1905. 

ABBE CONSTANTIN, L'. C. 3 a. Hector 
Cremieux and Pierre Decourcelle. New York, 
1888; Royalty, October 15, 1888; Sihaftesbury, 
June 7, 1905. 

ABBE DE L'EPEE; OR, DEAF AND DUMB, 
THE. P. Adap. by W. Dunlap fr. Fr. of 
Bouilly. New York, 1801. 

ABBE VANDREUIL. D. Col. Addison. Ly- 
ceum, March 18, 1860. 

ABDALLA. T. J. Delap. Pr. 1803. N. ac. 

ABDALLAH. Spec. cant, by Alfred Gilbert. 
St. George's H.all, July 14, ISS". 

ABDEKAN. O. Boieldieu. St. Petersburg, 
1806. 

ABDELAZER; OR, THE MOOR'S REVENGE. 
T. Mrs. A'phra Behn from Marlow's Lust's 
Dominion. Duke of York's, 1671. Pr. 1677. 
Dr. Young's The Revenge founded on this 
piece. 

ABDICATED PRINCE; OR. THE ADVEN- 
TURES OF FOUR YEARS, THE. T.C. Anon. 
Pr. 1690. Whitehall, 1690. 

ABDICATION OF FERDINAND; OR, NAPO- 
LEON AT BAYONNE, THE. Hist. P. 5 a. 
Anon. Pr. 1809. 

ABDUCTION OF BIANCA ; OR, THE BRI- 
GAND'S DOOM, THE. Absurdity. W. Sapte. 
jun., and Cecil M. York. Silver Fete, Kensing- 
ton, July 11, 1888. 



ABEL. Orat. Alfleri. C.G., 1755. Trans, by 
C. Lloyd, 1815. 

ABEL. Orat. Dr. Ame. 1710-78. 

ABEL, DEATH OF. See Death of Abel. 

ABEL DRAKE. D. 5 a. Tom Taylor and 
John Saunders. Leeds T.R., October 9, 1874 ; 
Princess's, May 20, 1876. 

ABEL DRAKE'S WIFE. D. Richmond H.M.. 
January 25, 1872. 

ABEL DRUGGER. Before 1776 Garrick 
played in this piece. 

ABELARD AND HELOISE. D. 3 a. J. B. 
Buckstone, Surrey. 

ABELAZOR. 0. Purcell. London, 1677. 

ABENCERAGES (LES). O. Cherubini. Paris, 
1813. 

ABIDIN1G (POWEiR OF LOVE, THE. Sk. 
Shoo-ediitclh Emipiire, Dec. 5, 19018. 

ABI.MELECH. Orat. Anon. Hay. Pr. 1768. 

ABIMElLECH. Orat. Arnold. 1739-1802. 

ABODE OF LOVE, THE. Sk. la. Dora 
Deane and Fred C. Brooke. Albert M.H., Can- 
ning Town, September 11, 1905. 

ABON; OR, THE SLEEPER AWAKENED. 
Burl, by Joseph Tabrar. Coventry T.R., August 

3, 1885. 

ABON HASSAN. Mus. D. 2 a. M. by Von 
Weber. Darmstadt, 1810. Adap. to Eng. stage 
by Cooke. D.L., April 22, 1825. 

ABON HASSAN; OR, AN ARABIAN 
KNIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT. Burl. 1 a. Ar- 
thur O'Neil. Charing Cross. December 11, 1S69. 

ABON HASSAN; OR, THE HUNT AFTER 
HAPPINESS. Fairy Extrav. in ihyme. 1 a. 
Francis Talfourd. St. James's, December 26, 
1854. 

ABOUKIR BAY; OR, THE GLORIOUS FIRST 
OF AUGUST. Mus. D. Richard Sicklemore. 
Brighton. Pr. 1799. 

ABOUT TOWN. C. 3 a. Arthur k Becket. 
Court, May 12, 1873. 

ABOVE AND BELOW. CD. 2 a. Edwd. Stir- 
ling. Lyceum, July 6, 1846. 

ABOVE SUSPICION. D. 3 a. Geo. Capel. 
York T.R., May 19, 1882; Sadler's Wells, March 
24, 1884. 

ABRADATES AND PANTHEA. T. Roberts. 
Act. by Scholars of St. Paul's School, 1770, N.p 
Taker from Xcnophon. 



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ABRADATES AND PANTHEA. T. John Ed- 
vard. Pr. 1S98. Founded on story in Xeno- 
phon's Cyroptedia. 

AB'RAEAM AND ISAAC. Sub " Miracle 
Plays." 

ABiRAHAM PAPJvER. P. Capf,. Addison. 
Adelphi, July 20, 184^. 

ABRAHAM'S FAITH. A " Divine Dialogue." 
Geo. Lesley. Pr. 1675. 

ABRAHAM'S SACRIFICE. P. Trans, fr. Fr. 
of Theodore Beza by Arthur Golding. Pr. 1577. 

ABRAHAM'S SACRIFICE. Cant. J. J. Haite. 
Hackney Manor R., December 8, 1868. 

ABRAME AND LOT. In Hen.slowe's List of 
Plays acted by the Earl of Sussex's Servants, 
JS'ii 9 159t3. 

ABRA-MULE; OR, LOVE AND EMPIRE. T. 
Rev. Joseph Trapp. L.I.F. Pr. 1704. 

ABREISE DIE. O. D'Albert. Modern Ger- 
man. 

ABROAD AND AT HOME. CO. 3a. J. G. 
Holman. .Music by Shield. C.G., November 
10, 1796; D.L., .May 28, 1822. Originally called 
Ihe King's Bench. 

ABSALOM. Orat. By C. R. 17C4. 

ABSALOM AND ACHITOPHEL. In 2 parts. 
Dryden. 

ABSALON. T. Peele. 1590. 

AfiiSALON. Latin T. Joihu Watson; before 
1566. 

ABSCHIED VON REGIMENT. P. 1 a. Otto 
Eric Hartleben. Gt. Queen Street, December 12, 
1904. 

ABSENCE OF MIND; OR, WANTED £5. Ca. 
1 a. Adap. fr. one of Kotzebue's German farces 
by Wm. Poel. Victoria T.; Olympic, July 11, 
1884. 

ABSENT APOTHECARY, THE. F. Smith. 
D.L., November 10, 1813. N.p. 

ABSENT MAN, THE. F. 2 a. Isaac Bicker- 
staff. D.L., March 21, 1703. A hint of this piece 
taken from La Bruyere. 

ABSENT MAN, THE. F. Thos. Hull. C.G., 
April 28, 1764. N.p. 

ABSENT MAN, THE. F. Ca. 1 a. Geo. Rob- 
erts. Adap. fr. Fr. V., Les Absences de Mon- 
sieur. Holborn T., June 18, 1870. 

ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR; OR, FOR 
QUEEN AND COUNTRY, THE. M.D. 4 a. G. 
Arthur Shirley. Princess's, November 25, 1899. 

ABSENT NYMPH ; OR, THE DOATING 
SWAIN, THE. Mus. Int. Daniel Bellamy, sen. 
and jun. Pr. 1739. 

ABSENT SON, THE. Burl. Adelphi. October 
29, 1S28. 

ABi&ENT WITHOUT LEAVE. F. Strand, 
August E8, 1897. 

ABSlENiTBiE, THE. Oourt, July 3, 1008 

ABSOLUTION. Dr. inc. 1 a. Henry Murray. 
Glasgow T.R., April 8, 1892. 

ABSURDITIES OF A DAY, THE. Skit on 
Follies of a Night. G. k Beckett. 

ABU HASSAN. O. 1 a. Weber. Comp. 1810. 
D.L., May 12i, 18170. See Ahon Hassan. 

ABUDAH; OR, THE TALISMAN OF ORO- 
MANES. Oriental Fairy Tale. 2 a. F. on 
one of " Tales of Genii." M. by Kelly and 
Cooke. D.L., April 13, 1819. 

ABJSE'S. Oomtiains C. and T. Ac. before 
Kmgs of Gt. Britain and Denmark in England 
Jiuly BO, 160(6 

ABYSSINIAN WAR, THE. D. 2 a. W. Tra- 
vers, Britannia, June 1, 1868. 

ACADEMIA DI MUSIA. 1 Act of. D.L., 
May 12. 1817. 



ACADEMIE; OR, THE CAMBRIDGE DUNS, 
THE. C. J. Barnes. 1675. 

ACANTE ET OEPHISE. O. 3 a. Rumeau, 
Nov. IS, 1751. 

ACCEPTED BY PROXY. Duol. Ellis Kings- 
ley. Steinway Hall, June 8, 1893. 

ACCOLASTUS.— See Acolastus. 

ACCOMPLICES, THE. C. Goethe. About 
1790. 

ACCOMPLISHED MAID, THE. CO. Edwd. 
Toms. Transl. of La Buona Figliuola. Pr. C.G., 
December 3, 1766. 

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ACTEON. O. Auber. Paris, 1836. 

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ADELINA. C. Miss Hannah Brand. N.ac. 
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ADELMORN THE OUTLAW. Rom. D. 3 a. 
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ADINA; OR, THE ELIXIR OF LOVE. 
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ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE; OR, CON- 
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ADRASTUS PARENTANS. Latin T. Peter 
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ADRIENNE LEOOUVREUR, D, Adelphi, 
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ADVENTURE IN THE LIFE OF SHER- 
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Ihe Slave. Tottenham Street New T., 1830. 

AFRICAN MILMONAIEE, THE. Mdwd. 
Ciai)e Town S. Afirdca, Jiuie ISi, 1904. 

AFRICANDER iMAID, THE. Sk. MJdiddeeex, 
Novemiber -16, 1908. 

AFRICANS; OR, WAR, LOVE, AND DITTY, 
THE. P. 3 a. Geo. Coleman the Youncer. 
Hay. and CO., July 29, 1808. Plot fr. Les 
Nouvelles du Florian. 

AFTER. P. 1 a. J. Scott Battame. Vaude- 
ville, May 27, 1887. 

AFTER A STORM COMES A CALM. Ca. 
1 a. J. M Morton. 

AFTER ALL. C 3 a. Wm. Duckworth. 
Ii\erpool P.O.W., OctDber 13, 1873 

AFTER ALL V. lib. by Frank Desprez. M. 
by Alfred Cellier. Op. Comique, December 16, 
1878. 

AFTER ALL. P. Prol. 3 a. Freeman Wills 
and Fredk. Langbridge. Fr. Lord Lytton's 
novel, " Eugene Arum." Dublin T.R., Octo- 
be" 7, 1901; Avenue, January 15, 1902. 

AFTER BALACILA\A. Sk. Empress, June 
■M, WOS. 

AFTER DARK; A TALE OF LONDON LIFE. 
D. 4 a. Dion Boucicault. Princess's, August 
12, 1868, and rev. November 9, 1891. 

AFTER DARKNESS, DAWN. Dom. D. la. 
A A. Dowty. Toole's, May 27, 1S82. 
AFTER DINNER. F. 1 a. Herbert Gardner. 
AFTER DINNER. F. F. Heimore, Uxbridge 
T.R., May 18, 1871. 

AFTER LONG \ EARS. D la. S.Grundy. 
Taken fr. Scribe and Camille's Le Mauvais 
Sujet. Folly, December 6, 1879. 

AFTER LONG YEARS. CD. 3 a. Arthur 
Law. Fr. story by Mrs. Herbert Purvis. Tor- 
quay T.R., October 20, 1886; Criterion, Feb- 
ruary 2, 1887. 

AFTER LONG YEARS. Ca. Gerald God- 
frey la Dewsbury T.R., December 22, 1888; 
Pavilion, December 16, 1889. 

AFTER MANY DAYS. Ca. 1 a. Arthur El- 
wood. Globe, March 14, 1887. 

AFTER MANY DAYS. P. 1 a. Robert 
Hickings. Eastbourne New Pier Pavilion, De- 
cember 2, 1901. 

AFTER MANY YEARS. C. A. R. Eyres. 
St. Geo. H., February 5, 1880. 

AFTEIR MANY YEAPi,S. P. 1 a. Aimig 
Hughes. Douglas, Gaiety, September 16, 1907. 
AFTER MARRIAGE. Ca. la. J.W.Jones. 
Leeds T.R., April 30, 1875. 

AFTER SEVEN YEARS. Dr. Sk. Marie 
Muggeridge. Belfast, Royal, April 2C, 1907. 

AFTER TEN YEARS. P la. Percy H. 
Vernon on Victor Hugo's Les Misfrahles. Bir- 
kenhead, T. Metropole, October 21, 1892. 



Edw. Yates. GalJexy 



Ca. F. 

16, 1895 



Kinsey Peile. 
; Queen's H. 



Ca. Charles 
September 9, 



1 
H. 



a. Cyril 
December 



3 a. C. Eraser 
September 11, 1903. 
Bayswater Bijou, 



AiFTER THE BALL. 

of lul'ustriation, 18B9. 

AFTER THE BALL. 
St. James's T., July 
(small), June 24, 1898. 

AFTER THE BALL. F.C. Edward Ferris, 
B. Matthews, and Neville Doone. Globe, 
March 27, 1901 (C.P.) ; Margate Grand, October 
29, 1903. 

AFTER THE PARTY. C. 1 a. T. H. Lacy. 
Publ. by S. French, Ltd. Plot similar to 
Fottij Winks. 

AFTER THE RACES. Co. episode. 1 sc. 
Walter Howard. Collins' M.H., August 18, 
1905. 

AFTER THE REHEARSAL. 
Osborne. Wolverhami)ton T.R., 
1888. 

AFTER THE STORM. P. 
Austen-Lee. Dumbarton Burgh 
11, 1895 

AFTER TWENTY YEARS. P. 1 a. Maurice 
H. Hoffman. Mechanics' Inst., Stockport, 
January 23, 1896. 

AFTERGLOW, THE. C. 
Wood. Llandudno Grand, 

AFTERMATH. P. 1 a. 
June 22, 1893. 

AFTERNOON. See Princess Carlo's Plot. 

AFTERTHOUGHTS. Epis. 1 a. Albert 
E. Drinkwater. Bayswater Bijou, June 12, 
1809; Coronet, November 2fi, IWo; Garriek, 
June 5, lece. 

AGAINST MOM US' AND ZOILUSS. Dr. 
Piece. John Bale, Bishop of Ossory. Pro- 
bably written between 1530 and 1540. 

AGAINST THE TIDE. D. C. H. .Hazle- 
wood. Britannia, June 2, 1879. 

AGAINST THE TIDE. D. 4 a. F. A. 
Scudamore. Surrey, August 3, 1896. 

AGAINST THOSE WHO ADULTERATE 
THE WORD OF GOD. Dr. piece. John Bale. 
Probably written between 1530 and 1540. 

AGAMEMNON. T. Trans, from Seneca 
(B.C. 58-32) by J. Studley. Pr. 1563; Newton 
T., 1581. 

AGAMEMNON. P. Ascribed to Henrv 

C!u4tle and Thos. Dekker. Ac. 1599.. 

AGAMEMNON. 
1734. Pr. 1738. 

AGAMEMNON. 
(B.C. 458) by R. 
1824; Bovd, 1824; 
Plumptre, 1869. 

AGAMEMNON. 
C. Lloyd. 1815. 

AGAMEMNON. See " Greek Plays." 

AGAMEMNON AND CASSANDRA; or, THE 
PROFIT AND LOSS OP TROY. Burl. R. 
Reece. Liverpool Prince of Wales's, April 13, 
1868. 

AiGAiMiElMNON AND UiLYSSFjS. P. Acted 
before ihe Court, 1564. 

AGAMEMNON CHCEPHORI AND EUME- 
NIDES. See The Stonj of Oreste/:. 

AGATHA. P. 3 a. Isaac Henderson. Cri- 



T. J. Thompson. D.L. 

T. Trans, from ^Eschylus 
Potter. Pr. 1777. Svnions, 
Buckley, 1849; Davies, 1868; 

T. Alfieri, 1783. Trans, by 



1892. 



Afterwards called The 



Mrs. Humphry Ward 
His Majesty's, March 



tciion, May 24, 
Silent Battle. 

AGATHA. P. 3 a 
and Louis N. Parker. 
7, 1905. 

AGATHA; OR, THE LAWFUL WIFE. D. 
Pro. and 3 a. 0.swald Brand. Sadler's Wells, 
August 15, 1892. 



THE STAGE" CYCLOPJEDIA. 



13 



AGATHA; OR, THE LOST CHILD OF THE 
MANOK. Oil. Maurice Johnstone. Co-opera- 
tive Hall, Morley, April 30, 1804. 

AGATHA TYLDEN, MERCHANT AND 
SHIPOWNER. P. 4 a. Edward Rose. Hay- 
market, October 17, 1892. 

AGATHOCLES; or, THE SICILIAN 
T\KANT. T. P. Perrinrliief. 1C7G. 

AGE D'AMOUR. L'. P. 4 a Piene NVoUl. 
Terry's, June 5, 1905. 

AGE OK INNOCENCE, THE. Ca. Fredk. 
Ferm. Royalty, December 5, 1904. C.p. 

AGE OF LOVE, THE. P. 1 a. W. Waite 
Sanderson. Art Gallery, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
November S, 1895. 

AGE WE LIVE IN, THE. D. 5 a. Bir- 
mingham Grand, May 22, 1893. 

AGED FORTY. C. 1 a. John Courtney. 
Princess's, February 2, 1844. 

AGENT, THE. F. Francis Raphael. Park- 
hurst, March 21, 1892. 

AGENT, THE. M.F. E. N. O'Connor and 
F. Warden Reed. Oldham Colosseum, Jan- 
uary 6, 1902. 

AGES AGO. E. W. S. Gilbert. M. by F. 
Clay. Gallery of Illustration, November 22, 
1869. 

AGESILAS. T. Corneille. imH. See " French 
Classical Plays." 

AGGRAVATING SAM. CD. 2 a. C. J. 
Mathews and Co. Lyceum, December 6, 1854. 

AGGRESSION; OR, THE HEROINE OF 
YUCATAN. Ballet of Action. ? by Mr. Far- 
ley C,G. \m\\, 1805. 

AG IS. 'T. John Home. Founded on story 
in Spartan History. D.L. February 21, 1758. 

AGIS (Agide). T. Alfieri, 17S8. Trans, by 
C. Lloyd. 1815. 

AGITATOR, THE. Orig. P. 1 a. Mrs. 
Oscar Beringer. Hicks. December 9, 190". 

AGLAURA. T.C. Sir John Suckling, Bart. 
Acted at private house in Blackfryars, 164(3. 
Pr. 1638. 

AGLAVAINE AND SELYSETTE. D o a. 
Alfred Sutro. Transl. fr. Maurice Maeter- 
linck. Court, November 15, 1904. 

AGMUNDA. T. Hannah Brand. Hay. This 
is her play, Huniades, revised. 

AGNES. C. 2 a. Adap. fr. Moliere's 
L'Ecolc des Femmes. By Robert Buchanan. 
Comedy, March 21, 1885. 

AGNES. See Jealousy, Andrea, I he Coun- 
tess and the Dancer. 

AGNES BERNAUER. ?. 2 a. T. J. Scrle. 
C.G., April '111, 1S39. 

AGNES BERNiAUER. 0. F. MottI (Weimar, 
1830). 

AGNES DE CASTRO. T. Mrs C.rkoiin. 
F on French novel of same name. Transl. by 
Mrs. Behn. T.R., 1696. 

AGNES DE HOHENSTAUFEN. 0. Si/ontuii. 

IQQQ 

AGNES DE VERE: OR, THE BKOK'.N 
HEART (or. The Wife's Revenge). D. 3 a. 
Adap. fr. the French by .). II. Buckstone. 
Adelphi, November 10, 1S34. 

\GNES OF BAVARIA. P. 5 a. Frcdl;. 
Hawley. Gaiety, October 31, 1883. 

AGNES OF BAVARIA; OR, LOVE AND 
LOVE'S VISION. D. F. Haywcll. Notting- 
ham T.R., November 9, 1868. 

AGNES ST. AUBYN. Do. D. Miss Pardoc. 
Adelphi, January, 1841. 



AGNES SOREL. 0. G. A Beckett. St. 

J.iires's, December, 1835. 

AGNESE. 0. Paer. 1820 

AGNESE. 0. Guindaui, Piacenza. 1878. 

AGONY COLU.MN, THE. Afterwards called 
The Morning Post. F. Aubrey Fitzgerald. 
T.H., Kilbuin, July 10, 1894. ^. 

AGONY COLUMN, THE. F.P. 1 a. Tom 
Tcrriss. Gaiety, February G, 1901 

AGONY COLUMN, THE. See A Bold Ad- 

vertisertient. 

AGRA-MA-CHRE'3. D. 5a. Edmund Fal- 
coner. Manchester T.R., March 8, 1875. 

AGREEABLE RE-UNION, L". Divertisee- 
ment. Ac. at King's, December 30, 1806. 

AGREEABLE SEPARATION, THE. C.E. 
Dr. Coiling'wood. Pr. (n.d.) N.ac. 

AGREEABLE SURPRISE, THE. C. "Anon. 
.\c. at Mr. Rule's Academy. Pr. 1766. 
Transl. from ' Marivaux." 

A(iREEAKLE SURPRISE. THE. CO 2 a. 
Jchn O' Keefe. Hay., 1781, 1796, 1806, 1823, 
1(532. Originally prod, at Dublin as The Secret 
Enlarged. 

AGRIPPA, KING OF ALBA, OR THE 
FALSE TIBERINUS. T.C. Tr. fr. the French 
of Quinault (1637-88) by J. Dancer. T.R., Dub- 
lin, Pr. 1675. 

AGRIPPINA. T. Bergerac Containing 
thoughts and phrases fr. Shakespeare. 

AGRIPPINA. O. Handel. Venice, 1708. 

AGRIPPINA. T. Thos. Gray (died 1772). 
Pr. 1775. 

AGRIPPINA. T. in rhjme. John, Lord 
Hervey (died 1743). N.p. N.ac. 

AGRIPPINA. See Julia Agrippina. 

AGRIPPINA, EMPRESS OF ROME. T. 
Thos. May. Ac. 1628. Pr. 1639 and 1654. See 
Julia Agrippina. 

AH! QUE L'AMOUR EST AGREABLE. C. 
Dtlaporte. 1862. 

AH! WHAT A PITY!! OR. THE DARK 
KNIGHT AND THE FAIR LADY. M.D. Ly- 
ceum, September 28, 1818. 

AHASUERUS. See King Ahasuerus. 

AIDA. Ital. 0. 4 a. Verdi. Cairo, Decem- 
ber 24, 1871. C.G., June 22, 1876. 

AIDA. 0. 4 a. Verdi. Trans, into Eng. bj" 
Henry Hersee. H.M.T., February 19, ISSO. 

AIDA, L'. CD. Croydon T.R., June 19, 
1876. 

AIDAN; OR, THE WARFARE OF LOVE 
Hist. D. 4 a. James J. Blood. Birmingham, 
St. Aidan's Ass. R. November 20, 1905. 

AIEULE, L'. O. Boieldieu. Paris, 1841. 

AIG'LON, L'. D. C a. Edmond Rosland. 
T. Sarah Bernhardt November 15, 1900; 
He- M , June 3, 1901. 

AILEEN; OR, FOILED AT LAST. D. 2 a. 
J. P. Collins. Grecian, April 15, 1872. 

AILEEN ASTHORE; OR, IRISH FIDELITY. 
D. 4 a. C H. Hazlewood. Portsmouth, R. 
Albert, February 20, 1871. 

AIiNE, L'. Royalty, October 2i6, 1S87. 

AIR-BALLOON, THE. Mus. D. Pr. 1784. 

AIREY ANNIE. A travestie of Ariane. 4 a. 
(1 scene). F. C Burnand. Strand, April 4, 
1888. 

AIRSHIP, THE. F. 1 a. R. Hastings, with 
"suggestions" by G. Lane Canterbury, 
April 5, 1909. 

AIRSHIP, THK. Sk. Roland Hastings. 
Xottenha' Jalace, August 1), 1909. 



CYCLOPAEDIA. 



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G- B:r-Crs, i>«*: Plsai-c^;- -^•-•^- See ••^:;;^ 

VJ\T AVn TTTSSES- P. Ae. *t Cocri 

AJaX FlAGrLI ~"~ - ^ SsppjKed 

ALABAMA. THE- Al-er-cd fr. BJi. Slo^ 
^ S^zxre." E J. 3*. Monoa DX^ Mare* 
7. i^e^. 

ALABAMA. THE- P- 4 a- A»-«si5e 
Tly'cas. Ofi^isallr pcod. a Asaio- Gar- 
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- :5 • OR, THE -WOVT'EErrL LAMP. 
2^' : bj StieM. C.G.. IT?? 

ALADPIX: OE- THE WOXT'j - :. 

M-D. Eariey. i^is. 

AEADDIX- OE, THT 'KONDElUlL LAMP 
fjim. 5e>ee- 2 a. CG.. :->* 

AlAI'Diy : OE- THT ^rEITX LAMP. 

Eiinr. la. J. E O : iririZj ?-- '-•? 

ManoKiie Co. at AdeiascT 

*iAi>rTv- r.B- THE w: ; - ? - l lavp. 

B»l E--- ;. H J Byit*- Strand. 

Aprfl 1. : 

AIAPDDf : CE- THE WOXBEEFTL lAMP. 
B«sl- Triri W Gre^ Chaiia? Crres. I>e- 
ce^ie: 2!- :?r4 

ALAPDIV 02. T5E WOXDEEFTL LAMP 
IS A xrir IIGET. B«L G. a BeekeUE. 

PriKe^ §. }^:-' 4. :?44. 

AlAIkPiy A>T> TEI GEMTS- 

Bvl LnriT PiTiij^- :z^z&: 26, 

A LADE IS ASD WELL OUT OF IT. BwL 
Ersrar Fok^stoae Ton* Bd. Jmamarj law 

\LU)Pnf AT ^L*. M- E^trar. 1 a. L 
Zaasrrm. C^rixne PMbft. Eoome, Janfir? 

5S. iisa. 

ALADDiy THE SECOXD. Op. Esinr. ML 
Tfoeser- ^ :7, Deeefsber 24, 1&7»- 

aLaI-: - -3fP- W. E«s3- S:. Geo. H_ 

Mir-A I- lr;.„ 

A-LAr»-Cf A5T> WELL OCT OF IT. Past. 
Btjs^ S=j-.i. M. ajT. by J. Ha-igtoy. Jss?. 
P^r^ ti Dr-rrv Laae Tieatre cklSfres. At£-ej? 
H-. Mi-'?r -:£-'a«9. 

.tLAHAM- T. FiAe Crr»«Ve. lcr<i B-rw*e. 
WrtTs^a -■--- *-a — ~*°°*- oS t&e aacaeBt*. 
irnk a -reem tbe art*. The p?r''. »»* 

flBos^B -. --:st. «1m> save as arcoaas o< 
ea_i zktntt^ m the vi^ve. 



ALAJTS WIFE SSsdy. 3 sc F. ob story 
by Eia Aet^s. Terry's, April SB, 18SS. <I»- 

ALAKBAS. Dram. O. B • "A GeBtkseaB 
Qi Qealiiy." Prod. KW. 

ALAECt'S. T. 5 a. St. Hob. BeaiamiB 
I^raEli, M.P. ls3>. Astleys, AagBst 1, Ues. 

-ALAEKAS T F. C. SeHefeL ISOS. 
-ALARM. 1 HE J M. S^iney. Pr. at Cork. 

AT xP.VTXa SACEIFICE- AX. D. J. B. 

B■^:^iiT•:•De HiT.. J-i^j- li. 15^. 

ALAEMiST: OE. CHEEEFrL OPLSIOSS, 
THE Is: DT J. P Soc^deaa. Ac lies. Pr. 
IrtS 

ALASEM FOE LONIK>X: OE. THE SIEGE 
OF AXTWEFJ". .VITH THZ ^-EVT^ £0r5 
ACTS AND V\TT\VE PEEPS OF A LaME 
SCLDIEE. AS" T-C. PrTfcably by Mar5t-?fi. 
i5si5t<r-i bj Mir'cTte aE.d Shsiesj-eare. Pk*i 
saiea friia lii Trj .-ft-nX xxiM'i'Ty v- the Citg 
*' A^f.-v-rry. Ae fcj Lesid Chambef Iain's ser- 

ALAS': - 7 She*. m4. 

ALASKA. D. 4 *. Ada?, by Albert Scgera 
froe Ajaeriraia ver. of W. L. Lcekvood. 
S:-:>:'r:-:-a E-?yai. A-^ssse €, 39C£. 

ALBA- A-. St oiSard before -Ubates de 
JVlaic a P; e. 1583- 

ALBEEE p. Tbos. Hcywood aad 

WeciiTMTh SiJ_z-.. Ac I'Ve. >. vi- 

.ALBEET AXP ADELAIDE: OE- THE VIC- 
IIM OF OJXSTAXCT. Eoffl. ProbaWy by 
S.IIZJ. Birch. CO.. 17!^. Z^- pL 

ALBEET AVD ADELAIDE. 5^ Caftmim 
»* ^'rii'^i.'Tr. 

ALBEET AXD E05ALIE. !>:!=- S« Drm- 

ALBEET AEXALL: OB. THE DEATH 
5P£LL B^rl. D.P.H. Vjncria. Mirh r^. 
isir. 

-ALBEET DE EOSEX. D. 4 a. Mrs. S. 
LuK. Britaaaia, ABsnsi 9>. 157^ 

ATRFgT* T. J. Carter. Prad. 17*7. 5. a. 
ALBEETT"^ WALLEVSTEry. LATE DEKE 
OF FEIDL-AVD AND Gt^SERAL TO THE EM 
I-EEOS FEEDE5AXD IL T. HeEry Glap- 
th'zr&s. Gfc*e. BaEiHde, les*. Prod. 1?3S. 
.AJ.Biy O. E>X->o. VjesEa. lS5t. 
ALBIXA- COr-^TESS 3AIM0VD. T. airs. 
Cc^tey. ?r>L Hay-, ITTJ. 

ALBIOX. laieriide. Prt*»biy -zisx as 
APyfcm Saiffit 

ALBIOX: OS- THE COUET OF XEPTTXE. 
Mafooe. T. Cooke. Prod. 17^4. 

-ALBIOX AXD ALBAXirS. O. J- Drrdea. 
M. if Ctarks II.'s FreBeb baadstafter. L«»«5 
Gr^bae. Ac. as T. ia DocKt Gank^. Prod. 
1G55. 

U-BIOX QUEEX?: OE. THE DEATH OF 
VAET QEEEX OF SCOTS. THE. T. Joha 
Bisss. O.L. M«-:!; C, 17i>4. 

ALB" - =■«■ lii^^d Q^eemJi. 

U.E: ID: OE, TIME TUEXD 

CCULISI i:^...:iT X. ac Prod. 17.57. 

ALBIOX '5 TEIUMPH. Masoae. By Anie- 
Haa TovBseMd. PoL st Covt by Kiac. 
Oaeea. aad 9Fv«ral aoUoaea, IfSL 

• VIVE, KIXG OF THE L0MBAED8. 
: ■ - Wrs Da-, a-ast. Frod. aad pert. ie». 
ALB' M. THE- F- T. Haya^ Bayly. 5t. 
Ji-x-^ =. Aprfi U. IS3:5. 

: "MAZAB. Bee Tie Attnl^rr. 
-_L'MAZ\E. C. !>*rid Garrick- D.L, 
177*. itieraitkm at Tf l ii' Mbmmi^zsr. 



THE STAGE'' CYCLOFJEDIA. 



is 



ALBUMAZIE, IHS ASTEjOSOMEiL C. 
TboB. lomkii, of Trin. CoU., C*m- Ar mi- 
t»tK.>ii cl an Italian C. by Pohl 
L'Atiruiogo ic t tJore King at Ci.. 
b/ gentiemea of Trin. Coll., Maitii i', .-.li.- 
AttersrardB !eT. at D.L., -with proL by Irty- 
dea 

ALBYOK KMGHT, THE. P Aoon. lafcS. 
Mentioned by Eirkman. 

ALCAD); OE. the EECEET5 OF OFFICE, 
THE. CO. S a. Jas. teniiey. Hay., Augngt 
10, liS4- 

ALCAMEXES AND MENALIPPA. T. W. 
PhiljpE. Clhed Becember li, !''&.) 

ALCAKTAEA. CO. 2 a E. B. "ST coif. M. 
bT JulioB Eichberg. Connangbt, Sorember 1, 
1S7». 

AlCESTE. O. 5 A. Lulii. Jannarr M. 
1€74. 

ALCE5TE. T. Lagrajige, MM. 

ALCESTE. O BmoJiett, I7<7. 

ALCE5TE. O. Cates^i^ M. by GladL. 
Tietuaa, 1775, Paris. 1//*. 

ALCESTIS. T. TransL fr. Euripides (B.C. 
43f,i. E. Potwr, ITel; IL ■Wodhull, ITte; Ed- 
▼ardE, 1S24; Kerins, ISTO; 'WiUianB, 1S71: ajid 
■vi\h Bneklty'6 proee UaiifiL Set " Greek 
Flays." 

AlJCESnS. THE OEIGISAL 5TE0XG- 
MDfDED VOMAN. CiafiBJeal BurL la. 
Francis Talfonrd. Strand. July 4, 1S50. 

ALCHEMIST, THE MedicTal p. 3 a. Ob- 
iBoed s*nHin£if.rand BJnBiiigiiam T.E., Hareb 

AI^CHEmST, THE. Ei. 'Wm. "Warden aid 

Fredk. Uoyd. Bedford, Augrist 17, 1SI0«. 
ALCHEMIST. THE. See Di* Empiric. 

ALCHEJOST OF MOD EX A ; OE. THE 
WEOKGS OF A LIFE, THE. D. F. Charlton. 

Britamiia, >"oTe«*»er IB, 196*. 

-4LCHTMIST, DEB- E.0 S a. Fr. ■Waeb- 

tm-cffi iTTiiig's BOTel. M. bT Bpohr. Jilt 2t, 
ISSCi. D.L-, M*rcn 3Ci, ISSi. 

ALCHTMIST. THE. C. Ben Jtasson. Ac 

by Hii Mtj. serrauts. KCO. Prod. 1610. It. 
August, S. 1«:.4. Alt. intio The Tobacconist by 
F. Gentuemaa. It'O. Alt. rer. j.erf. DX. Est. 
by E'iizab. Sta^ge Soc. a»d pL at Apotiecariee'' 
H.. Biackfriajs.. Febroajy 24, 1399, aod at the 
licpa-ial. J-Qiy 11, 1K£. 

ALCIABIADES ; OE, ALCIBIADE5. T. Tfa. 
Otvay. 5:<«T- Ir. Xejos aitd Plutarch. Tkis 
•was Ofways " lirsi pi^, and dedicated to tbe 
Earl oS Middlesex. Daia of Tcrt's, 1675. T.E-, 
1657. 

AliCIBIADE. T. Caaifistna, ISBB. 

aIjCibiades. t. WB.shariey. AfcoiitiTTe. 

ALCIBIADES. See Seft. 

ALCIDA. GrecBfe, 1SB& 

-ALCIDt^S LES. ToaR de Fwoe dspbyed by 

MM. MaBd>e and Daras. First t^ae b tbis 
oonitry. Di_ AprH 38, ISS 

AlCDvA. O. HaBdel. KS^ira. 

ALCJXE. O. A. C-ampra. ITte. 

ALDEEMAX. THE C. Ja Ada*, fr. tbe 
FreBch L'Ecritage ic If. Pbtmet of Bauila* 
and Capendii by Jas- Mortamer. Criteriim, 
.\pril 29. 1S87. 

ALDEEMAX5 GOWK: OR, A TKIF TO 
PAEIS. THE. F. la. H. AbraluaK. Stnad, 
October f. Isoi. 

ALDGATE PlMP J. F. Saville. Strand, 
Jtme 7. l^41. 

ALEMiON. P. Ac before tbe Cowrt at 
Wiut.tiall. I>ecember, 157S. 



ALEEAME THE E >'■ 

MfciO-d. DiriT::. Pet.. 

AUiai5A>'DE<J. 0. paUcri riii,. iai»»-at. 

ALESSAKDEO KELL' IKDIE. O. Metae- 

tasio, 1726. See Alexaitdro, etc. 

ALE53AyD£0 AVD BTEADELiA. See 
Stradeila. 

.A.LE55AyDE)0 STEADELIA. 0. Fiotow. 
Hamburg. 1544. 

AT.FYtVDFR. O. Anthony HenJey (died 
1711;. M. by PurcfclL 

ALEiAXDEE a3sD DIOGEKEc. See LiUy * 
Court Covi^diet. 

ALEXAKDEE AXD LODOWTEEL P. Mai- 
tiD Slaughter. Ac Ibbh. K.p. 

ALEXA5D?' ^'-r- STATIEA; OE. THE 
DEATH or - ALUS. Bxiri. Prob. by 

Dr. Geo. 'W; at Tore. LeedE, aud 

tdiDbiirgh. Bfclore lili. 

ALEiASTDEE ASD THE EJSG OF 

EGTPI. Mock P. Ac Pr. 1738. 

ALEXAXDEE BALUfi. O. Dr. TboE. Mo- 

ren. C.G., 174i. 

ALEXAKDEE. CAMPASPE, AJTD DIO- 
GEVE5. T.C. John Lyly. PL before Q. Elix. 
faT Children of St. Paul's 15^4, and at Blat*- 
friarE. Pr. l3i4 PL taken from Pliny's Sat. 
History. 

ALEXAXDEE THE GEEAT. T. Ft. B-acine 
bT John OxelL 1714. See " French Claesicai 
Plays." 

ALEXAJTD-EE THE GEEAT. O. LXi- 
1715. 

ALEXAXDEE TKE GiEEAT. F. Jo&egxh 
Diliey and W. Albery. 

ALEXAVDZE THE GEEAT. T. Alt. fr. 
Lee's Rival QvA^ra. Di. C.G. R-. 177<i. 

ALEXAXDEE THE GEEAT. Bee The Eival 
Queens. 

ALEXA^TDEE THE GEEAT: OE. TKE 
CONQCEST or PEESIA. p£iit. J. DEgrilie. 
Di. Pr. 17&5. il. by EriiZiaski MIQer. 

ALEXAXDEE THE GEEAT; OE, THE 
ER'AL QrEENS. T. 5 a. Sat. Lee, 1675. 
DX. C.G., 1S07. 

ALEXAXDEE THE GEEAT; OP^ THE 
EIVAL QrEEXS. BiirL Colley Cibber. S.p. 

ALEXAXDEE THE GEEAl IS LTTTXE. 
BtirL T. Drodin 5-L--aiHi. AuCnst 7, 1BS7. 

ALEXAXDEE THE SIXTH. T. Ac. before 
Eis M^iesTT. Entered at Staticmere' C«., Oc- 
xoifsr 'it, 16i'7. 

ALEXAXDEE'S FEABT. Concertc-. EasdeL 
16>»-1759. 

ALEXAlsDEE'S FEAST. O. Anon. ITaX 

ALEXASDEA. P. 4 a. Adap. fr. tiie GfT- 
man of Dr. Eiehard Voss. Eoyalty March 4, 
1S8S. 

ALEXAXDEAEAS TEAGEDT; OE, THE 
ILEXAXDEIAXS. THE. T. lit. fion. "Wnu 
.iiexaadfer. Earl Stirling. Plot fr. Qnintus Cur- 
tins. Pr 1605. See The Mo-narchic IragediCB. 

A-LEXAXDEEl. T. Eadne. 1665. 

ALEXAXDEO XELL'_I5rD-rE. O. Fkeini, 
£<ome, 17ae: Xapies. l.,i. 

ALEXAS: OE. THE CHASTE GALLAST. 
Ihilip Mas5in-'cr. Ac. by E-incs Co. Septem- 
ber t5, If.SP. 

ALEXHsA. P. Knovlea. Strand May 21, 
1S66. 

H°roU TaBB^ CrjEt. 



ALEXIS. D. 4 8 
Pal., Xorember .■ 

ALEXIS AXD - 
173a. S.p. 



M. laece. LXF. 



16- 



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ALEXIS'S PARADISE. 0. Anon. 1680. 

ALEXIS'S PARADISE; OR, A TRIP TO 
THE GARDEN OF LOVE AT VAUXHALL. 
C. Jas. Newton. Pr. 1722 and 1732. 

ALEXIUS; OR, THE CHASTE LOVER. See 

Alexas. 

ALFONSO AND CLAUDINA. THE FAITH- 
FUL SPOUSE ; OR, THE HATED RACE. 1 a. 
Cry. Palace, 1862. 

ALFONSO AND ESTRELLA. O. 3 a. 

Schubert, Weimar. 1854. 

ALFONSO, KING OF CASTILE. T. M. G. 
Lewis. C.G., January 15, 1802. Pr. 1801. 

ALFONSO THE NOBLE. Hist. 0. in Yiddish. 
J. Gordin. Pav., April 1, 1907. 

ALFRED. T.C. (Dedicated to Lady Blouiit 
by her brother, R.K.) 1659. 

ALFRED. Masque. Jas. Thomson and 
David Mallet. Ac. at Cliefdon, August 1, 
1740. Pr. 1740. 

ALFRED. O. Alt. fr. masque of same 
name by Arne or his pupil, Burney. C.G., 
1745. 

ALFRED. T. John Home. C.G. (3 nights). 
Pr. 1778. 

ALFRED. T. Mallet, by David Garrick. 
D.L. Pr. 1773. 

ALFRED. Hist. T. Ac. at Sheffield 1789. 

ALFRED. P. Lady Clarke Jervoise. New, 
June 28, 1904. 

ALFRED. See The Magic Banner. 

ALFRED. See Rule, Britannia. 

ALFRED; OR, THE MAGIC BANNER. D. 
3 a. J. O'Keefe Hay.. 1796. Pr. 1798. 

ALFRED; OR, THE ROAST BEEF OF OLD 
ENGLAND. Masque. J. Thomson and Mallet. 
Converted into pi. by Mallet 1751. It con- 
tains the famous song, " Rule Britannia." 

ALFRED AND EMMA. P. F. on Kotzebue's 
Red Cross Knights. 1806. 

ALFRED LE GRAND. Hist, ballet. Ly- 
ceum (rev.), June 9, 1823. 

ALFRED THE GREAT. Mus. D. Anon. 
D.L., 1745. 

ALFRED THE GREAT. D. H. M. Mitaer. 
Coburg, February 9, 1824. 

ALFRED THE GREAT; OR, THE MIN- 
STREL KING. Hist. Extrav. Robt. B. 
Biough. Olympia, December 26, 1859. 

ALFRED THE GREAT; OR, THE PA- 
TRIOT-KING. Hist. P. 5 a. J. Sheridan 
Knowles. D.L., 1831. 

ALFRED THE GREAT AT ATHELNEY. T. 
Stratford de Redcliffe. 1876. 

ALFRED THE GREAT, DELIVERER OF 
HIS COUNTRY. T. Anon. Pr. 1753. 

ALFRED THE GREAT INGRATE. Burl. 
Wentworth V. Bayley. Portsmouth T.R., May 
S, 1871. 

ALGERIAN, THE. O. vaud. 3 a. Glen 
M'Donough. M. by Reginald de Koven. Park- 
hurst, September 25, 1893 (C.P.). 

ALGERINE SLAVES, THE. M.E. James 
Cobb. Ac. at the O.H. in the Hay. 1792. An 
abridgement of The Strangers at Home. 

ALGONAH. CO. James Cobb. D.L., April 
3u, 1802. An alt. fr. The Cherokee. Songs pr. 
It02. • 

ALHAMBRA; OR, THE THREE BEAUTI- 
FUL PRINCESSES. Burl, extrav. Albert 
Smith. Princess's, April 21, 1851. 

ALI BABA. O. Cherubini. Paris, 1833. 

ALI B.\BA. Fairy tale. 4 scenes. Mrs. 
Hugh Bell. Adelphi, May 18, 1903. 



ALI BABA; OR, THE FORTY NAUGHTY 
THIEVES. Burl. Birkenhead T.R., May 14, 

1883. 

ALI BABA; OR, THE FORTY THIEVES. 
CO. 4 a. Lib. by Sig. Emilio Taddei. M. by 
Sig. Bottesini. Lyceum, January 17, 1871. 

ALI BABA; OR, THE THIRTY-NINE 
THIEVES. Burl, extrav. 1 a. H. J. Byron. 
Strand, April 6, 1863. 

ALI BABA A LA MODE. 0. Extrav. Robt. 
Recce. Gaiety, September 14, 1872. 

ALI BABA, M.P. F Wynne Scarlett. Aber- 
deen, H.M.T., April 3, 1893; Southend Empire, 
June 4, 1894. (2nd edition.) 

ALI D'AMORE, LE. O. Rauzzini. London, 
February 27, 1776. 

ALI PACHA; OR, THE SIGNET RING. 
M.D. 2 a. John Howard Payne. C.G., Octo- 
ber 19, 1822. 

ALICE. P. Nigel Playfair and Rosina Fi- 
lippi. Fr. Lewis Carroll's two books. Court, 
May 29, 1935. 

ALICE GREY, THE SUSPECTED ONE; OR, 
THE MORAL BRAND. Pcm. D. 3 a. J. T. 
Haines. Jurrey, April 3, 1839 

AIICE IN WONDERLAND. Children's p., 
being a dram?tised version of incidents in 
Lewis Carroll's book By H. Savile Clarke. 
M. by Walte" Slaughter. P of W.'s, Decem- 
ber 23, J8S6; Globe, December 26, 1888; Op. 
C, December 22, 1898; V.. December 19, 1900, 
ajid February 4, 1901; Apollo, December 23, 
1907. 

ALICE MAY. D. Edw. Fitzball. Surrey, 
1862. 

ALICE PIERCE. See All's Perce. 

ALICE SIT-BY-THE-FIRE. P. 3 a. J. M. 
Barrie. Duke of York's, April 5, 1905. 

ALICE THE MYSTERY. Burl. 1 a. J. 
Smith. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. 
Fairy P. Y. Knott. F. on Lewis Carroll's 
book. M. by W. Tilbury. New, December 1, 
1903. Cp., New, December 22, 1903. 

ALICE WESTON. D. 4 a. Pub. by S. 
French, Ltd. 

ALICE, WHERE ART THOU? Roii D. 4 
a. Louie Neville BanvvtU. Weymouth Jubilee 
H., March 2, 1905. (CP.) Oxford Empire, 
June 18, 1906. 

ALICE WINGOLD. A«tley's, May 5, 1862. 

ALIEN STAR, AN. P. 1 a. Bertha N. 
Graham, 92, Victoria St., S.W. February 5, 
1908. 

ALIENATED MANOR, THE. C. 6 a. 
Joanna Baillie. Ptd. in 1800. 

ALIEN®. P. 1 a. By "Bedford Row." 
Lyric, June 3, 1889. (CP.) 

ALINE, REiINE DE COLCONDE. O. 3 a. 
Sedaine. M. by Monsigny. April 15, 1767. 

ALINE, THE ROSE OF KILLARNEY. D. 
3 a. Edwd. Stirling. Strand, July 10, 7843. 

ALIVE AND MERRY. F. D.L., May 17j 
1796. N.p. 

ALIVE AND MERRY. F. 2 a. C. Dance. 
C.G., September 30, 1S39. 

ALIVE OR DEAD. D. 4 a. Robt. W. Ball. 
St. George's, May 25, 1876; Park, May 3, 18S0. 

ALL A MISTAKE. F. C.G., July 2, 1825- 

ALL A MISTAKE. Ca. 1 a. Mrs. Newton 
riiillips. Ladbroke H., January 28, 1890. 

ALL ABOUT A BONNET. Mus. Ca. Her- 
bert Harraden Terry's April 30, 1891. 

ALL ABOUT A BOUT. Sk. 3 scs. Irving B. 
Lee, under direction of Frank Beal. New Cross 
Empire, November 9, 1908. 



THE STAGE" CYCLOPEDIA. 



17 



ALL ABOUT THE BATTLE OF DORKING; 
OR, MY GRANDMOTHER. Ex. F. C. Bur- 
iiand and Arthur Sketchley. M. by Theodore 
Uerraann. Alhanibra, August 7, 1871. 

ALL ABROAD. 0. 1 a. Arthur Law. M. 
bv A. J. Caldicott. P. of Ws., February 21, 
1^90. 

ALL ABROAD. F.C. 3 a. W. Buinslde. 
Parkhurst, December 10, 1S92. 

ALL ABROAD. Mus. F. 2 a. Owen Hall 
and J. T. Tanner. M. by Fredk. Rosse, lyrics 
by W. H. Risque. Portsmouth T.R., April 1, 
It-O'); Criterion August 8, 1S95; Court, January 
2, 1S96. 

ALL ALIVE AND MERRY. C. S. Johnson. 
L.I.F., 173S. N.p. 

ALL ALIVE, OH! F. 3a. Adap. fr. Alex- 
andre Bisson and Andr6 Sylvane's Disparu 
(Gymnase, Paris, March 19, 1890). Strand, 
June 16, 1S97. 

ALL AT C; OR, THE CAPTIVE, THE COF- 
FER, AND THE COCOATINA. M.D. la. 
Major Millett, R.W.F., and Lieut. Wilcox, 
R.N. Ac. on board H.M.S Tamar, December 
29, 1873. 

ALL AT COVENTRY; OR, LOVE AND 
LAUGH. F. 2 a. W. T. Moncriefle. Olym- 
pic, January 8, 1816; Adelphi, Victoria T., 
1S42. 

ALL AT HOME; OR, THE IRISH NIECES. 
Pr. at Dublin, 1804. N. ac. 

ALL AT SEA. Ca. Sydney Grundy. Man. 
T.R., August 8, 1873. 

ALL AT SEA. Mus. sketch. Lib. by Arthur 
Law. M. by Corney Grain. St. George's H., 
February 28, 1881. 

ALL AT SEA. M.C. 2 a. Edward PauUon. 
Llandudno Prince's, May 21, 1903; Kingston 
County, June 15, 1903; Peckham Crown, Sep- 
tember 7, 1903. 

ALL AT SIXES AND SEVENS. F. M. by 
Whitaker. D.L., March 21, 1829. 

ALL BEDEVILLED; OR, THE HOUSE IN 
AN UPROAR. F. Moses Browne. Pr. 1723. 
See PoUdus. 

ALL" BUT LOST ; OR, THE TOTEM OF THE 
TORTOISE. D. F.Warrington. Dundee T.R , 
October 11, 1869. 

ALL BUT ONE. D. W. Truvers. Britan- 
nia, February 15. 38e8. 

ALL BY CHANCE. Ca. J. T. Belverstone. 
Leicester T.R., June 9, 1879. 

ALL CHANGE HERE. Ca. Royston Keith. 
Ea.stbournc T.R., August 8, 1898. 

ALL FLETCHER'S FAULT. P 3 a. Mos- 
tyn T. Piggott. Suggested by Charles Reade's 
stcry, " Christie Johnstone." Avenue, Decem- 
ber 19, 1903. 

ALL FOOLES. C. Geo. Chapman. Plot f. 
on Terence's Heautontiniorumenos. Blackfriars, 
before His Majesty, 1006. Pr. 1605. 

ALL FOR FAME; OR. A PEEP AT THE 
TIMES. C. Sk. Andrew Cherry. D.L., May 15, 
1505. 

ALL FOR GOLD. D 3 a. Cherry Griffiths. 
Biitannia, September 9, 1878. 

ALL FOR GOLD; OR, FIFTY MILLIONS 
OF MONEY. D. 4 a. F. upon Le Juif Errant 
of Eugene Sue by Francis Hopkins. Birming- 
ham T.R., July 15, 1878; Surrey, February 21. 
1881. 

ALL FOR HER. D. 3 a. Palgrave Simpson 
and Herman C. M-^rivale. Mirror, October 18. 
1S75; rev. Grand, May 17, 1897, 

ALL FOR HER; OR. THE LOST PLEAID. 
See All for Love, etc. 



ALL FOR HIMSELF. CD. 3 a. C. Wills. 
Liverpool Alexandra, June 5, 1874. 

ALL FOR LOVE; OR, THE LOST PLEIAD. 
P. J. S. Coyne. Adelphi, January 16, 1*38. 

ALL FOR LOVE; OR, THE WORLD WELL 
LOST. T. John Dryden. Based on Shake- 
speare's Antony and Cleopatra. D.L., 1678. 
Entered at Stationers' Hall, January 31, 1677-S. 

ALL FOR MONEY. C. Thos. Lupton. Pr. 
1578. 

ALL FOR MONEY. C. 3 a. Mile. Guillon 
Le Thierre. Hay., July 12, 1869. 

ALL FOR NOTHING. Queen Anne's Gate, 
July 17, 1880. 

ALL FOR THE BETTER; OR, THE IN- 
FALLIBLE CURE. C. F. Manning. D.L., 
1"03. Pr. 1703 

ALL FOR THEM. Ca. Henry P. Lyste. 
Folly, April 17, 1876. 

ALL HALLOWS EVE. Hay., July 11, 
1859. 

ALL HALLOW'S EVE. Irieh CD. 4 a. Hon. 
Mrs. Forbes and J. W. Whitbread. Dublin, 
Queen's T., April 20, 1891. 

ALL IN A BUSTLE. C. Probably by Fran- 
cis Lathom Pr. 1795 N. ac. 

ALL IN A FOG. F. T. J. Williams. Surrey, 
October 16, 1869. 

ALL IN GOOD HUMOUR. Dr. piece, la. 
W..C. Oulton. Hay. Pr. 1792. 

ALL IN HOT WATER. F. 1 a. Jamea 
Bruton. 1858. 

ALL IN THE DARK. 2 a. J. R. Planchc. 
New Royalty, November 21, 1861. 

ALL IN THE DARK; OR, THE BANKS OF 
THE ELBE. CD. 2 a. M. by Barham Livius. 
Lyceum, July 11, 1822. Ac. but once before. 

ALL IN THE DOWNS; OR, BLACK-EYED 
SUSAN. O. F. on Douglas Jerrold's D. Ly- 
lics by Tom Jerrold. M. by W. Meyer Lutz. 
Gaiety, November 5, 1881. 

ALL IN THE RIGHT. F. Thos. Hull. 
Transl. fr. Destouches. C.G., April 26, 1766. 

ALL IN THE RIGHT; OR, THE CUCKOLD 
IN GOOD EARNEST. F. Pr. 1762. 

ALL IN THE WRONG. C 5 a. Arthur 
Murphy. Fr. Molifere's Cocu Imaginaire. D.L., 
1761. Rev. December 2, 1814. Pr. 1701. 

ALL IS NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS. P. 
Henry Chettle and Sam Rowley. Ac. lOOU. 

ALL IS TRUE. Play. T. at Baukside, June, 
1013. 

ALL IS VANITY; OR, A CYNIC'S DEFEAT. 
Ca. Alfred Thompson. Liverpool, P. of Ws., 
August 19, 1878; Hay., April 9, 1879. 

ALL JACKSON'S FAULT. F. Alice O'Con. 
nell. Athenieum H., Tottenham Court Road, 
November 27, 1889. 

ALL LOST. D. 1 a. Tom Craven. Sad- 
ler's Wells, July 21, 1883. 

ALL MISTAKEN. C Wm. Shirley. C 
1700. N.p. N.ac. An alt. of Shakespeare's 
Comedy of Errors. 

ALL MISTAKEN; OR, THE MAD COUPLE. 
C Hon. Jas. Howard. T.R., 1072. Pr. 1672. 

ALL-MY-EYE VANHOE. Burl. Ph. Hay- 
man. Trafalgar, October 31, 1894. 

ALL-OF-A-SUDDEN-PEGGY. C 3 a. Ernest 
Denny. Duke of York's, February 27, 1900. 

ALL ON A SUMxMER'S DAY. Eliz. Inch- 
bald. C.G., December 15, 1787. N.p. 

ALL ON ACCOUNT OF ELIZA. C. 3 a. 
Leo Dietriclisteiu. Shaftesbury, April 3, 1902. 



18 



"THE STAGE" CYCLOPEDIA. 



ALL OR NOTHING. A proverb. By Hamil- 
ton Aide. Garden Mansion, Queen Anne's 
Gate, July 17, 1880. 

ALL PLEAS'D AT LAST. C. Anon. Ac. 
Dublin. Pr. 1783. 

ALL PLOT: OR, THE DISGUISES. C. 
StHude. Duke's T., between 1C62 and 1(371. 

ALL PUZZLED. F. Anon. 1702. 

ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS OF MEN. 
P 3 a. Jan Van Wetlierelt. Version of Be- 
sant's nove. Camberwell Metropole, Decem- 
ber 1, 10f2. 

ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD. CD. 
2 a. Thos. i nd J M. Kcrtcn. Olympic, Jan- 
uary 13, 1851 ; rev. Adelphi, December 23, 1896. 

ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME. F.C. 3 
a. Adap. Ir. Ein Toller Einfall by W. Gil- 
lette and H. Du3k\voith. Globe, January 24, 
1891. 

ALL THE DIFFERENCE. D. 1 a. Ronald 
McDonald St Geo. H., January 9, 1896. 

ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR. A dr. me- 
lange. 1 a. Duse Mohamed. Gloucester 
Palace, September 30, 1907. 

ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE. F. 2 a. 
I Jackman. D L., April 7, 1777. Prod. 1777. 
Edinburgh, 1782; rev. D.L., May 31, 1819, and 
April 1, 1S24. 

ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Ballet. Alham- 
bra, January 21, 1904. 

ALL THROUGH A WIRE. F. Sk. Frank 
Herbert. St. Alban's H., June 12, 1894. 

ALL THROUGH ARABELLA. P. 3 a. 
Adap. fr. the German. A. M. Dittini. Mr. 
and Mrs. Calvert Routledge. Scanboro' Lond., 
June 25, 1902; Blackpool O.H., November 8, 
1902; Govan Lyceum, November 26, 1902; St. 
Leonard's Pier Pav., January 5, 1903; C. 
Palace, April 24, 1903. 

ALL THROUGH YOU. Sk. B. Daly. Shep- 
herd's Bush Empire, March 27, 1907. 

ALL UP AT STOCKWELL; OR, THE 
GIiOST NO CONJUROR. Int. D.L., April, 
1772. N.p. 

ALL VOWS KEPT. C. Capt. Downes. Ac. 
at Dublin, Snock Alley. Pr. 1733. 

ALL WELL AT NATCHITOCHES. Monol. 
Mathews. Lyceum, Marc i 25, 1824. 

ALL WITHOUT MONEY. C. See The 
'Sovelty. 

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE. Charade. H. Her- 

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE; OR, A MATCH 
FOR THE LAWYERS. F. J. Tobin. C.G., 
April 29, 1803. N.p. 

ALL'S LOST BY LUST. T. Wm. Rowley. 
Hot taken fr. No\el 3 of "Unfortunate 
Lovers." Ac. by Lady Elizabeth's servants at 
the Phoeni.x, 1633. Prod. K33. 

ALL'S ONE; OR, ONE OF THE FOURE 
PI.AIES IN ONE CALLED " A YORKSHIRE 
TRAGEDY." PI. by King's Players, 1608. 
Spurious play ascribed to Shakespeare. 

ALL'S PERCE (Alice Pierce). Mentioned in 
Henslowe's list as belonging to the Rose T. 

ALL'S RIGHT. Burla. Olympic, January 21, 
18.33. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. C. 3 a. 
Shakespeare. Wr. circa 1604. 1st folio 1623. 
F. on Boccaccio'ij novel, " Giglietta di Nerbona, " 
which was in Painter's " Palace of Pleasure," 
Ptd. 1.566. Possibly a later vexsion of the 'ost 
play. Love's Labour's Won, given by Mcree in 
\\\s " Palladie Tamia. Ptd. 1598. 

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL. C. Alt. 
fr. Shakespeare by Fredk. Pilon. H.M., 1785; 
with alt. by J. P. Kemble, D.L. Pr. 1793. 



ALLEGORICAL, MORAL, DRAMATIC, 

MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT, by way of Epi- 
thalamium. Pr. 1770 in a novel entitled- 
"Constantia; or, the Distressed Friend." 

ALLEGRO. IL PENSEROSO, IL MODERATO, 
L'. 0. Handel. London. 1740. 

ALLENDALE. F.C. 3 a. Eden Phillpotts 
and G. B. Burgin. Strand, February 14, 1893. 

ALLOW ME TO APOLOGISE. F. 1 a. J. P. 
\^ ooler. Olympic, October 28, 1850. 

ALLOW ME TO EXPLAIN. F. W. S. Gil- 
bert. P. of W.'s, November 4, ]hG7. 

AL.MA; OR, THE DAUGHTER OF FIRE. 
D. Grecian, October 20, 1851. 

ALMA L'INCANTATRICE. Ital. 0. M. 
Flotow. Paris and C.G., July 9, 1878. 

aLMA MATER; OR, A CURE FOR CO- 
QUETTES. Dion Boucicault. Hay., Septem- 
ber 19, 1842. 

ALMADIS DE GRECE. 0. Lamotte. 1704. 

ALMAHIDE; OR, THE CAPTIVE. J. Phil- 
lips (Milton's nephew). Being a transl. of 
Almahide, a French play by Mile, de Scud(5ry. 
1677. 

ALMAHIDE; OR, THE CONQUEST OF 
GRANADA BY THE SPANIARDS. T. 2 parts. 
Dryden. 1669-70. See Almanzor. 

ALMAHIDE AND HAMET. T. Benj. Heath 
Malkin. F. on Dryden's Conquest of Granada. 
Pr. 1804. N. ac 

ALMANAC, THE. P. Ac. by the Prince's 
players before the Court in the winter of 
1611-12. 

ALMANZOR AND ALMAHIDE; OR, THE 
CONQUEST OF GRANADA. Being 2nd part 
of Almahide. John Dryden. T.R. Pr. 1672. 

ALMAVIVA. 0. See Barhi'ere di Siviylia. 

ALMEDA; OR, THE NEOPOLITAN RE- 
VENGE. Tragic D. Pr. 1801. Said to be 
written by a Lady. Taken fr. The Life of 
liozelli. 

ALMENA. O. Richd. Rolt. D.L. Pr. 1764. 

ALMEYDA; OR, I'HE RIVAL KINGS. T. 
Geo. Edmund Howard. Story fr. Almoran and 
Hamet by Dr. Hawkesworth. Pr. 1769. 

ALMEYDA, QUEEN OF GRANADA. T. Da. 
Sophia Lee. D.L., April 20, 1796. Pr. 1796. 

ALMIDA. T. Mrs. Celisia. D.L., January 
12, 1771. Pr. 1771. Fr. Voltaire's Tancrede. 

ALMIGHTY DOLLAR, THE. Melo D. 5 a. 
W. Wood. Barnsley T.R., December 13, 1888. 

ALMIGHTY GOLD. Sk. Bri.xton Empress, 
June 29, 1908. 

ALMINA. Her M., April 26, 1860. 

ALMIRA. O. Handel. Hamburg, 1705. Rev. 
at opening of new O.U., Hamburg, 1874. 

ALMIRINA. T. Isaac Jackman. Royalty, 
September 10, 3 787. Ac. by one pel son with 
the aid of wooden figures. 

ALMORA AND NERINE. Ballet. Victoria T. 

ALMORAN AND HAMET. See Almeyda. 

ALMORAN AND H.\MET. Eastern tale of 
enchantment. M. by Cooke. D.L., April 8, 
1^22. 

ALMOST A LIFE D. 6 tableau.x. Adap. 
fr the French by Miss Ettie Henderson. 
Liverpool, Court T., November 6, 18S2. 

ALMOST A QUEEN. P. 1 a H. A. Saints- 
bury. Liverpool, Shakespeare, September 11, 
1905. 

ALMOST HIS BRIDE. P. Stephen Pritt. 
Preston R., September 13, 1909. 



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19 



ALMOST HUMAN. S. Metcalfe Wood. M. 
by Edwd. Silhvard. Canterbury M.IT., Noveni- 

bfl- 3. I'JOL'. 

ALMSHOUSE, THE. F.C. .3 a. Wni. Look- 
hart and Loring Fernie. Parkhurst, December 
6, 1S02. 

ALiMYNA. See AraUati Niyhts, Is Marriage 
a Failurel 

ALMYNA; OR, THE ARABIAN VOW. T. 
Mrs. Delarivier Manley. Fr. Life of Caliph 
Valid Amanzor and Arabian Nights. Hay.. 
1707. Pr. 1707. 

ALONE. CD. 3 a J. Palsrave Simpson 
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25, 1873. 

ALONE IN CHINA. D. 4 a. Henry Jolm- 
pon. Birminuliam, Alex., June 13. 1901; Bri.x- 
ton, June 20, 1904. 

ALONE IN LONDON. D. Prol. and 4 a. 
Robt. Buchanan and Harriet Jay. Olympic, 
Novem.ber 2. 1SS5; Princess's, December 21, 
1891: September SO. 1899. 

ALONE IN THE PIRATE'S LAIR. Nautical 
D. C. H. Hazlewood. Britannia, September 
23, 1867. 

ALONE IN THE WORLD. Grecian. Sep- 
tember 14, 1863. 

ALONE IN THE WORLD. D. 4 a. Eliot 
Galer. Readins T R., November 13, 1871. 

ALONE IN THE WORLD. D. 4 a. Pren- 
tiss Ingram. Princess's, April 23, 1892. 

ALONE IN THE WORLD; OR, WITHOUT 
A HOME. D. F. Fuller. Dewsbury T.R., April 
14, 1871. 

ALONZO. T. 5 a. Jchn Home. D.L., 177.S. 
Prod. 1773. 

ALONZO AND IJIOGENE ; OR, THE DAD, 
THE LAD, IHE LORD, AND THE LASS. 
Burl. W. W. Bird. Richmond, April 17, 
1S69. 

ALONZO AND LEONORA. T. Dr. Young. 

ALONZO ET CORA. O. 4 a. M6hul, Febru- 
ary 15, 1791. 

ALONZO THE BRAVE. H. M. Milner, author 
of Frankeniftein. 

ALONZO THE BRAVE; OR, FAUST AND 
THE FAIR IMOGENE. Burl P. C. liurnaiid. 
Strand, February 5, 1855; Cambridge A. DC. 
Rooms, 1857. 

ALONZO YE BRAVE AND YE FAYRE 
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pool Alexandra, April 2, 1876. 

ALP, THE BRIGAND. D. Strand, March, 
1832. 

ALPHONSO, KING OF NAPLES. T. Geo. 
Powell. T.R., 1091. laken from The 1 ouiig 
Admiral of Shirleij. 

ALPHONSUS, EMPEROR OF GERMANY. 
T. Geo. Chaiiman. Blackfriars, 1(j54. Pr. 
ir,.i4. 

ALPHONSUS, KING OF ARRAGON. Hist. 
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ALPINE HOLD, THE. B. J. T. Haine.s. 
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ALPINE TOURISTS. Ca. 1 a. Newton 
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ALPS, THE. F.C. 3a. Rev. ver. of Loyal 
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ALSATIA. See The Squire of and Thr 

Gentleman of . 

ALTIIKIDELBERG. P 5 a. By Wilhcim 
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ALTA; OR, RIGHT AGAINST MIGHT. D. 
4 a. Una. New Cross Hall, September 4, 1884. 



ALTAMIRA. T. Benjamin Victor. D.L., 
1776. Written fifty years previously. 

ALTAR OF FRIENDSHIP, THE. C. 4 a. 
Madeleine Lucette Ryley. Criterion, March 24, 
1903. 

ALTEMIRA. T. in rhyme. Roger Boyle, 
Earl of Orrery. L.I.F., 1702. Pr. 1739. 

ALTERNATIVE, THE. C Ac. at Dublin, 
1796. 

ALTOGETHER. F. Edwd. Dowsett. Ed- 
monton T.H., February 17. 1894. 

ALTOGETHER MORAL TRILBY, AN. 
E.vtiav. la. C. B Kay. Newton Abbot 
Alexandra H., February 11, 1896. 

ALUCIUS. P. Ac. before the Court at 
WTiitehall late in the year 1579. 

ALUMNI PLAY, THE. F. 1 a. Clara Har- 
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ALUJIEOUS. T.C. ■• Gulielmo Drureo." Pr. 

1628. 

ALWAYS INTE>DED. C. 1 a. Horace 
Wigan. Olympic, April 3, 1865. 

ALWAYS READY. D. 3 a. E. Romaine 
Callender. Newcastle-on-Tyne T.R., July 28, 
1873; East London, October Hi. 1874. 

ALWAYS SIT UP FOR YOUR HUSBAND. 
F. W. F. Sorrell. Hastings M.H., November 
24, 1873. 

ALWY^N AND BERTHOLDY. Dom. d. 
Surrey, April 11, 1831. 

ALZIRA. T. Wm. Somerville. (Died 1743.) 
Transl. from Voltaire. N. pi. (n. ac). 

ALZIRA. T. Thos. Franklin. About 1765. 

ALZIRA; OR, THE SPANISH INSULT RE- 
PENTED. T. Aaron Hill. Tri.nsl. from Vol- 
taire's Alzire. D.L., 1735; also at L.I.F. and 
C.G Pr. 173o. 

ALZUMA. T. Arthur Murphy. CO., 1773. 
Prod. 1778. 

AMADAN, THE. D. 3 a. Dion Bcucicault. 
Richmond, January 29, 1883. 

AMADIS. O. Also called Amadis of Gaul. 
King's T Pr. 1715. Possibly trant.1. of It. 
0. by Hei'iegger. 

AMADIS; OR, THE LOVES OF HARLE- 
(JUIN AND COLUMBINE. Pant. Rich. 
L.I.F., 1718. 

AMADIS DE GAULL. 0. 5 a. Lulli. Janu- 
ary 18, lti84. 

AM.WvOSA. D. E. Fitzball Acitley'.s 

March 28, 1853. 

AMALASONT, QUEEN OF THE GOTHS. T. 
John Hughes Wr. 163.!; flrdshed by Wm. Dun- 
ce mbe in MS. 

AMALDERAC, THE BLACK PIRATE. D. 
Pavilion, Jauuaiy 13, 1840. 

AMANA. :)r Poem. Mrs. Eliz. Giiflith. 
Tiken fr. The Adventurer. Prod. 1764 o" 1765. 
N. EC. 

AMANT DIFFICILE, L' C. Lamotte. 1072- 
1731. 

AMANT ET LE MARI, L' 0. F. J. F^tis. 
Paris, 1820. 

AMANT JALOUX, L' 0. Gretry. 1778. 

AMANTS DE VERONA, LES. It. O. 5 a. 

-Marquis d'lvry (under the ps. of Richard 
Vevid). Wr. in 1864. Pejf. privately in 1S67 
and publicly at the Salle Ventadour, October 
12, 1878. C.G., May 24, 1879. 

AMANTS .MAGMFIQUES C Molifere. 
1670. See " French Classical Plays." 

AMASIS. T. Legrange 1677-1768. 

AMASIS. AN EGYPTIAN PRINCESS. CO. 
1 a. Book by Fredk. Fenn ; music by P. M. 
Faraday. New, August 9, 1906. 



so 



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AMASIS, KING OF EGYPT. T. Cli. Marsh. 
Ac. one night at Little T. in Haymarket. 
Prod. 1738. 

AMATEUR DETECTIVE, AN. F. and M.P. 
Avtliur Llovd. Pier Pav., Hastings, May 23, 
18E8. 

AMATEUR FIRE BRIGADE: OR, THE 
FIRE FIGHTERS OF FRIZZLINGTON, THE. 
Slv. By A. Jefferson. Glasgow Metropole, 
February 2, 1907 <C.P.). 

AMATEUR MODEL, AN. Sk. E J. Malyon 
and H. H. Morell. Cambridge M H., February 
22, 1902. 

AMATEUR EAFPI/ES. AN. Mus. duol. 
Wr. by fl. Clayton; lyrics by A. Anderson; 
nnisic by R. Nairn. London Pavilion, March 2, 
190S. 

AMATEUR SOCIALIST, THE. C. 3 a. W. 
Kingsley Tarpey Criterion, October 13, 1906. 

AMATEUR WIFE, AN F.C. 3 a. Mrs. 
Lancaster Wallis. Criterion, April 27, 1897. 

AMATT'URS AND ACTORS. M.F. 2 a. R. 
Brinsley Sheridan. M selected by David Dul- 
cet. Lyceum, August 29, 1818. 

AMATEURS AND ACTORS. 2 a. Peake. 

A]\IAZON QUEEN; OR, THE AMOURS OF 
THALESTRIS TO ALEXANDER THE GREAT, 
THE. T.C. John Weston. 1667. Pr. (n. ac). 

AMAZON'S MASKE, THE. Ac. at Court 
before the Queen and the French Ambassador 
in the winter of 1578-9. 

AMAZONS, THE. F. Rom. 3 a. A. W. 
Pinero. Court, March 7, 1893. 

AMBASSADOR, THE. C. 4 a. John Oliver 
Eobbes. St. James's, June 2, 1898. 

AMBASSADOR'S LADY, THE Rom. D. 
T. E. Wilks. Strand, August 3, 1843. 

AMBASSADRESS, THE. O. Auber. Paris, 
1836. St. George's O.H , February 15, 1868 
(rev.). 

AMBASSADRICE Op C. Sciibe. 1837. 

/MBER BOX, THE. CO. Prod, at Dublin, 
ISOO. 

AMBER GIRL, THE. E. and H. Gordon- 
Clifford. Kew Prince's H., September 12, 1894. 

AMBER HEART, THE P. Alf. C. Cal- 
mour. Lyceum, June 7, 1887; Evening bill. 
May 23, 1SS8. 

AMBEil WITCH, THE D. Git} of Lon., 
1851. 

AMBER WITCH, THE. 0. By Vincent 
Wallace. H.M.T., February 28, 1861. By 
Moody-Man.iers Co., Southport O.H., January 
12, 1899; Shakespeare, Clapham, March 22, 
1899. 

AMBER WITCH, THE. D. H. Saville. Vie- 
toria T., 1862. 

AMBIGUOUS LOVER, THE. F. Miss Sheri- 
dan. Dublin, 1781. N.p. 

AMBITION. Surrey, September 28, 1857. 

AMBITION. P. Standard, March 14, 1870. 

AMBITION. C 3 a. Leslie Fornm. Globe, 
April 27, 1899. 

AMBITION. D. H. L. Walford. Gall, of 
Illus., December 14, 1870. 

AMBITION. See A Farmer's Story. 

AMBITION; OR, MARIE MIGNOT. D. 3a. 
Thomas Mayhew. Hay., September 13, 1830. 

AMBITION'S SLAVE; OR, A GAME OF 
CHESS. D. 3 a. Joseph Fo.x. Leicester O.H., 
January 15, 1883; Standard, March 24, 1S83. 

AMBITIOUS MRS. MORESBY, THE. Dom.D. 
1 a. Miss E. White. Comedy, April 22, 1898. 

AMBITIOUS SLAVE; OR, A GENEROUS RE- 
VENGE, THE. T. Elkanah Settle. T.R., 1694. 
Pr. 1694. 



AMBITIOUS STATESMAN ; OR, THE LOYAL 
FAVOURITE, THE. T., in blank verse. John 
Crowne. T.R., 1679. Pr. 1679. 

AMBITIOUS STEPMOTHER, THE. T. Nicho- 
las Rowe. D.L. and L.I.F. Pr. 1700, and with 
add. scene 1702. Rev. by Garrick at D.L. 1753. 

AMBITIOUS VENGEANCE. Tragic D. 3 a. 
By Bella Crusca (Mr. Robert Merry). Pr. 1790. 
N.ac. 

AMBITIOUS WIDOW, THE. C.Ent. Wil- 
liam Woty. Pr. 1789. 

AMBOYNA;OR, THE CRUELTIES OF THE 
DUTCH TO THE ENGLISH MERCHANTS. T. 
J. Dryden. " Founded on history." T.R., 1673. 
Pr. same year. 

AMBROSE GWINETT; OR, A SEASIDE 

STORY. Me!o-d. 3 a. Douglas Jerrold. Co- 
burg T., 1828; City T., January, 1832. 

AME EN PEINE. O. Flotow. Paris, 1846. . 

AMELIA; O. Henry Carey. M. by J. F. 
Lampe. Perf. at French T. in Hay., 1732. 

AMELIA. M.Ent. Richd. Cumberland. Taken 
from The Summer's Tale. C.G. Pr. 1768. Alt. 
and ac. at D.L. Pr. 1771. 

AMELIA. Do. Ep. Nigel Playfair. Gar- 
rick, January 22, 1903. 

AMELIA; OR, THE DUKE OF FOIX. P. 
Franklin. Trans, fr. Voltaire. Ac. December, 
1752. 

AMENDS FOR LADIES; WITH THE 
MERRY PRANKS OF MOLL CUT-PURSE OR 
THE HUMOURS OF ROARING. C. Nath. 
Field. Ac. at Blackfriars, 1618. Pr. 1618. 
Wliitefryars, 1639. The second part of his 
Wotnan's a Weathercock. 

AMERGAN. 0. Pro. 2 a. Paul M'Swiney. 
Cork O.H.. February 23. 1881. 

AMERICA. F. 1 a. J. H. Barber. 1805. N. 

AMERICAN, THE. P. 3 a. Jos. Derrick. 
Ale.x. Pal., June 19, 1882. 

AMERICAN, THE. P 3 a. Geo. Murray 
Wood. Glasgow, Gaiety, April 16, 1883. 

AMERICAN, THE. P. 4 a. F. by Henry 
James upon his novel of same name. South- 
poit, Winter Gardens, January 3, 1891; Op. 
Comique, September 26, 1891. 

AMERICAN AMBASSADRESS, AN. M.P. 
2 a. Glen Macdonough. M. by Victor Herbert. 
Bajswater, Victoria H., November 21, 1904. 
(C.P.) 

AMERICAN ASSURANCE M.C. F. W. 
Sidney. Eastbourne, Dev. Park, September 3, 
1894. 

AMERICAN BEAUTY, AN. M.C. Hugh 
Morton and Gustave Kerker. Shaftesbury, 
April 25, 1900. 

AMERICAN BELLE, THE. M.C. 2 a. Hugh 
Seton and S. Ward. Cheltenham O.H., April 
10, 1S97; Camberwel! Metropole, May 17, 1897. 

AMERICAN BRIDE, AN. D. 4 a. By 
" Lawrence Olde " (Sir Wm. Y'oung) and 
Maurice Noel. Lyric, May 5, 1892; Terry s, 
October 11, 1S93. 

AMERICAN CITIZEN, AN. C. 4 a. Made- 
line Lucette Ryley. Duke of York's, June 19, 
1899. 

AMERICAN HEIRESS, THE M.P. 2 a. A. 
Branscombe and Geo. Day. M. by Herbert 
Simpson, Guy Jones, Ed. Dean, and Frank 
Lambert. Binninsham T.Pi., April 3, 1899; 
Fulhani Grand, May 1, 1899; rev. ed. New- 
castle, Tyne T., August 7. 1899. 

AMERICAN HEROINE; OR, INGRATI- 
TUDE FUNIS JED, THE. Pant. Hay., March 
19, 1792. F. fn Incle and Yarico. 



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21 



AMERICAN INDIAN; OR, VIRTUES OF 
NATURE, THE. P. 3 a. .las. Bacon. Pr. 
1795. 

AMERICAN LADY, THE. C. 3 a. H. J. 
Byron. Cri., March 21, 1874. 

AMERICAN PROEESSOR, THE. Sk. Ard- 
wick Green Empire, July 18, 1904. 

AMERICAN SINGER DOWNSTAIRS, THE. 
Sk. Teesdale Locke and J. F. Downes. 
Queen's Gate H., T)ecernber 18, 1809. 

AMERICAN SIAVES; OR. LOVE AND 
LIBERTY. CO. \c. at Dumfries, 1792. 

AMERICAN WIDOW, THE. Ca. Rosina 
Filippi. Caniberwell Metropole, August 24, 
1903. 

AMERICANS, THE. CO. Arnold. M. by 
M. P. King and Mr. Brahani. ISll. Rev. 
Lyceum, July 30, 1818. 

AIMLRIC.-\NS ABROAD F.C 2 a. Peake. 
Lyceum, September 3, 1824 

AMI DE LA MAISON. O. Marmontel. M. 
by Gr^try. Paris, 1771. 

AMICI DI SIRACUSA. Gli. O. Mercadante. 
Rome, 1824. 

AMICO FRITZ, L'. O. 3 a. P. Mascagni. 
F. on Erckmann's Chatrian's novel, " L'Ami 
Fritz." First time in Eng. C.G., May 23, 
1892; Manchester, Prince's, September 24,1892. 

AMID NORTHERN LIGHTS. Sk. Bedford, 
Novemiber 30, 1908. 

AMILIE; OR, THE LOVE TEST. O. J. T. 
Haines. Rooke. CG., December 2, 1837. 

AMINA. P. 1 a. Affleck Scott. (Prod, by 
the Play Actors.) King's H., W.C, March 22, 
1908. 

AMINTA. Ital. pastoral D. Transl. fr. 
Torquat-o Tasso by J. Reynold.';. Pr. 1628. 
J. Dancer. Pr. 1660. 

AMINTA. Past. C By Ta.=;so in Ital. and 
Eng. Transl. by P. B. Du 3ois. Pr. 1726. See 
" Italian Classical Play.-' ' 

A.MINTA; OR, T jlJ COQUETTE. Oa. 
Howard Glover. J. ^^''.enford. Hav., January 

26, isse. 

AMINTAS. P. J. Oldmixon. T.R. Pr. 
1698. Transl. fr. The Aminta of Tasso. 

AMINTAS. Dr Past. Trarsl. fr. Tas.so bv 
Wra. Ayre. Pr. 1737. 

AMINTAS. Eng. O. Compiled fr. Ital. of 
Mctasta!5io and Eng. O. of Rolfs "Royal 
Shepherd or Royal Shepherdess " by Tenducci. 
C.G., 1769. 

AMINTAS. See Amyntas. 

AMLETO. 0. F. Faccio. Lib. bv Boito. 
Genoa, May 30, 1865. 

AMONG THE AMALEKITES. C 3 a. 
Emelie Bennett. Portsmouth T.R., June 22, 
1S.*9. 

AMONG THE BREAKERS. C 2 a. John 
Brougham. P.O.W., Liverpool, June 6, 1868; 
Strand, July 26, 1869. 

AMONG THE BRIGANDS. Dr. f. 4 a. 
Weedon Grassmith. Birmingham Royal, Octo- 
ber 25, 1907. See Billij Rotferford's Descent. 

AMONG THE MORMONS. Artemus Ward. 
Esyptian H., ^'ovember 13, 1866. 

AMONG THE RELICS. CD. 3 a. T. A. 
Palmer. Plymouth T.R., November 22, 1869. 

AMONG THE STARS. Travesty. Arthur 
Sliirley. Hippodrome, November 20, 1905. 

AMONG THIEVES. Dram. Epis. 1 sc. Wil- 
liam Gillette. Palace, September 6, 1909. 

AMOR AM BORD. Sir A. Sullivan and W. 
S. Gilbert. Berlin. Pub!, in 1882. 



AMOR TIRRANICO, L'. O. F. Feo, 1713. 

(MS. at Naples Real Collegio di Mueica.) 

AMOR TRA NEMICI. 0. A. Ariosti. Venice, 
1708. 

AMORE SlEGRETO, L'. O. Spontini. Naples. 
1799. 

AMORELLE (CUVEB RESERVEE, 1798) 
CO. Barton White. Lyrics by Ernest Boyd- 
Jones. M. by Gaston Serpette. Kennington 
T., June 8, 1903; Comedy, February 18, 1904. 

AMORES. Ovid. See " Lacin Plays." 

AMORES PERINTHI ET TYANTES. Latin 
C. Wm. Burton. Wr. in 1590. (N. ac. and 
n.]!.) 

AMOROSO, KING OF LITTLE BRITAIN. 
S.C Int. J. R. Planch(5. M. by Cooke. D.L., 
April 21, 1818; Lyceum, October 25, 1820. 

AMOROUS ADVENTURE; OR, THE 
PLAGUE OF A WANTON WIFE, THE. Pant 
Hay., 1730. 

AMOROUS BIGOT, WITH THE SECOND 
PART OP TEAGUE O'DIVELLY, THE. C. 
Thos. Shadwell. Ac. by Their Majesties' 
servants, 1690. See The Lancashire Witches. 

AMOROUS COLONEL, THE. F. 1 a. Eric 
Stanley. Wisbech, Selwyn H., January 20, 1904. 

AMOROUS FANTASME. T.C Sir Wm. 
Lower. Transl. from The Faniome Amoreux of 
Quinhault. Pr. 1060. 

AMOROUS GALLANT; OR, LOVE IN 
FASHION. C Transl. fr. Corneille by J. Bul- 
teel. Sometimes called I'he Amorous Orontus. 
Pr. 1665 or 1675. 

AMOROUS GODDESS; OR, HARLEQUIN 
MARRIED. Pant. D.L., 1744. 

AMOPv;OUS JILT, THE. Thomas Rud. 1698. 
Given as the first title of Mrs. Behn's c, 
The Younger Brother. Pr. 1696. 

AMOROUS MISER; OR, THE YOUNGER 
THE WISER, THE. C Peter Anthony Mot- 
teux. Pr. 1705. Repr. 1707, and called Fare- 
xoell Folly; or, etc. 

AMOROUS OLD WOMAN. C By Thos. Duf- 
fet. D.L. 1684. Pr. 1764 ; afterwards republ. as 
The Fond Lady. 

AMOROUS ORONTUS. See The Amorous Gal- 
lant. 

AMOROUS PHANTASM, THE. See The 
Amorous Fantasme. 

AMOROUS PRINCE, THE. Mus. pot-pourri. 
Richmond, April 8, 1907. 

AMOROUS PRINCE; OR, THE CURIOUS 
HUSBAND, THE. C Mrs. Aphra Behn. Plot 
built on novel of " Curious Impertinent " and 
Davenport's The City Ni-jht Cap. D. of Yks. 
T., 1671. Pr. 1671. 

AMOROUS QUARREL, THE. C J. Ozell. 
Transl. fr. Molifere's plav. Bespit Amoureux. 

AMOROUS WAR, THE. CT. Rev. Dr. 
Jasper Maine. Prod. 1648. 

AMOROUS WIDOW; OR, THE WANTON 
WIFE, THE. C Ihomas Betterton, t. on 
Molifere's George Dundin cu Le Mari Con- 
fondu. T.R., 1670. Pr. 1700. Barnaby Brittle 
taken fr. this. 

AMOS CLARK. D. Prol. 4 a. Watts Phil- 
lips. Q., October 19, 1872. 

AMOSIS. Fr. P. 1 a. St. James's, July 3, 
1905. 

AMOUR A LA MODE, L' ; OR, LOVE A LA 
MODE. F. 3 a Hugh Kellv, Transl. fr. the 
Fr. Prod. 1760. 

AMOUR ET L'OPINION, L'. C Brifant, 
1781-1857. 

AMOUR ET SON CARQUOIS, L'. 0. 2 a, 
C. Lococq. 1868. 



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AMOUR MEDECIN, L'. C. Molifere. 1665 
See " French Classical Plays." 

AMOUR MOUILLE, 1'; OR, CUPID AND 
THE PRINCESS. CO. 3 a. Eng. ver. by W. 
Yardley and H. Byatt. Fr. the French of Pre- 
val an'J Liorat. Add. lyrics and M. by Paul 
Rubens and Landon Ronald. Lyric, April 5, 
1899 

AMOUR VAINQUEUR, L'. Mytho. Div. D.L., 
November 9, 1839. 

AMOURETTES, LES. CO. M. by D. F. R. G. 
Josfe. Lib. J. Percival, adap. fr. Planch^'a V., 
Somebody Else. Dublin, Auc. Concert R., 
April 14, 188.^. 

AMOUREUX DE BOULOTTE, LES. Oa. 
M. Lacompte. Charing Cross, March 7, 1871. 

AMOURS DE CATHERINE, LES. O. 1 a. 
C. Mar^chal. Pariis, 1876. 

AMOURS DE DIABLE. O.C. St. George's, 
1852 

.VMPHITRUO. B.C. 254-1S4 Plautus. Transl. 
into blank verse by Thornton, Rich, Warner, 
and Colman. 1769-74. See " Latin Plays." 

AMPHITRUS. See Westminster Plays. 

AMPHITRYON. C Transl. fr. Molifere 
(1668) by John Ozell. Rev. Lawrence Echard, 
pr. 1694. Thos. Cooke, pr. 1746. Bonnel Thorn- 
ton, pr. 1767. O. Sedaine, 1781 (see Jack 
Juggler). C Adrieux, 1782. See " French Clas- 
sical Plays." 

AMPHITRYON; OR, THE TWO SOCIAS. C. 
J. Dryden. F. on the two Amphitryons oiV\a.\x- 
tu? and Moliere. Ac. T.R.. 1691. Pr. 1691. 
D.L.. November 18, 1826. Alt. fr. Dryden by 
Dr. J. Hawkesworth. Ac. D.L. Pr. 1756. 

AMPHRISA; OR, THE FORSAKEN SHEP- 
HERDESS. Pant; D. Thos. Heywood. Pr. 1637. 

AMPLE APOLOGY. F. 1 a. Geo. Roberts. 
Princess's T., March 13, 1865. 

AMPLE SECURITY. F. C. H. Stephenson. 
Southampton T.R., September 5, 1872. 

AMSTERDAM; OR, BY THE SIDE OF TUK 
ZUYDER ZEE. Ballet. S sc. Geo. R. Sims 
and Charles Fletcher. M. by Herman Finck. 
Blackpool Winter Gardens, July 12, 1909. 

AMY ARLINGTON. Grecian. May 11, 18C3. 

AMY ROBSART. D. 4 a. Andrew Halliday. 
D.L., September 24, 1870. 

AMY ROBSART. Burl. Mark Kingthorne. 
Norwich T.R., May 10, 1880. 

AMY ROBSART. O. .S a. Fr. novel of Sir 
Walter Scott by Sir Augustus Harris. French 
ver. by Paul Milliet. English adap. by Frederic 
Weatherly. M. by Isidore de Lara. C.G., July 
20, 1893. 

AMY'S BURGLAR. Ca. L. C White. Crip- 
plegate Inst., April 3, 1907; Croydon P.H., 
June 11, 1907. 

AMYNTA. Past. Transl. fr. Italian of Tor- 
quato Tasso by John Danger. Pr. 1660. See 
Aminta. 

AMYNTAS. D. Past. Transl. fr. the Italian 
of Tasso into Hexameter verse by Abraham 
Fraunce. Pr. 1591. 

AMYNTAS. See Amintas. 

AMYNTAS; OR, THE IMPOSSIBLE 
DOWRY. Past. Thos. Randolph. Ac. at White- 
hall before the King and Queen. Pr. 1638. 

AMYNTAS OF TASSO. Transl. fr. original 
Italian by Percival Stockdale. Pr. 1770. 

ANACONDA, THE TERRIFIC SERPENT OF 
CEYLON. Weet London, November 1, 1822; 
Bath, 1828. 

ANACREON. Ballet. Rameau. 1754. 

ANACREON. CO. Sedaine. 1766. 

ANACREON. Orat. Cherubini. D.L., March 
25, 1825, 



ANACREONTE IN SAMO. O. Mercadante, 
Naples, 1820. 

ANACREONTICS REVIVED. Li.st of Songs. 
C.G., 1800. 

ANARCHIST, THE. P. 4 a. Ed. Gieve. 
\Vidnes Alexandra T., September 3, 1894. 

ANARCHIST TERROR, THE. D. 4 a. West 
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ANARCHISTS. THE. T. 1 a. Rowan Orme. 
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ANARCHY. See Paul Kauvar. 

ANARCHY; OR, PAUL KAUVAR. D. 5 a. 
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ANATO, KING OF ASSYRIA. P. F. on Ver- 
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ANATOMIST; OR, THE SHAM DOCTOR, 
THE. C 1 a. Edwd. Ravenscroft. Ac. at T. 
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serted herein, called The Loves of Mars and 
Venus. Edinburgh, 1781. Alt. ver. Pr. 1763. 

ANAXIMANDRE. C Andrieux. 1782. 

ANCESTORS OF THE CROWN. D. Prol. and 
4 a. Max Goldberg. Glasgow G.T., June 23, 
1902; Manchester Q., September 19, 1904. 

ANCESTRESS; OR, THE DOOM OF BARO- 
STEIN, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. M. Lemon. City 
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ANCHOR OF HOPE; OR, THE SEAMAN'S 
STAR, THE. D. 2 a. Ed. Stirling. Surrey T, 
April 19, 1847. 

ANCHOR'S WEIGHED, THE. Nautl. D. 3 a. 
T. R. Taylor. Standard, May 14, 1SS3. 

ANCHORA MACHREE. D. Sunderland Ly- 
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ANCIENT BRITONS. Sk. H. C. Sargent. 
Liverpool Empire, May 13, 1907. 

ANCIENT LIGHTS. Ca. Fredk. Bingham. 
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ANCIENT MARINER. THE. Cant. J. F. 
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ANCIENT TIMES. D. Joseph Strutt. Pr. 
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ANDERSON HEIRLOOMS, THE. C. 1 a. 
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ANDRE. T. Ac. at New York. Probablv by 
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ANDRE. O. M. Bayard, G. Lemoyne. St. 
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ANDRE CHENIER; OR, A ROMANCE OF 
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ter Q.T., April 2, 1903; Camden, April 16, 1903; 
C.G. (first time in original Ital.), November 11, 
1905. 

ANDREA (or ANDRIA). English transl. of 
Terence's C. (B.C. 166). 1520. Pr. (probably by 
Rastell) 1.530; Maurice Kyffin, 1588; Richd. 
Bernard, 1.598; T. Newman, 1627; after the 
method of Dr. Webbe, 1629; L. Echard, 1694; 
Ch. Hoole, 1663; Bentley, 1726; T. Cooke, 1734; 
S. Patrick, 1745; Gordon, 1752: Geo. Coleman, 
1765; Goodluck, 1810; Sir H. Englefteld, 1814; 
Dr. W. Gardiner, 1821; J. A. Phillips. 1836; 
Barry, 1857. Acted at Westminster School, 
December, 1904. See " Latin Plays." 

ANDREA. French C 4 a. Sardou. Op. C, 
May 20, 1875. 

ANDREA. See Jealousy. Agnes, The Coun- 
tess and the Dancer, Conscious Lovers. 

ANDREaN (or ANDRIAN) OF TERENCE, 
THE. Latin and English. At Sherbourne. N.d. 

ANDREAS HOFER. P. Surrey, June 1], 
1833. 



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23 



ANDREW. Melo-d. 3 a. Molianied ami Mar- 
len. Bournemouth T.R., February 2'), 1S95. 

ANDREW MILLS. D. Speniiyinoor Cam- 
bridge T., October 16, 1876. 

ANDREW OF HUNGARY. T. Lander. 1S39. 

.ANDREW RATERSON. D. la Nora Vynne 
and St. John Hankin. Bayswater Bijou T., 
June 22, 1893. 

ANDRIA. See Andrea. 

ANDUIA. See Westminster Plai/g. 

ANDROBOROS. Biosrapliieal F. 3 a— viz., 
Tlie Senate, The Consistory, and the Apotlieo- 
sis. Governor Hunter. Pr. at Meropoli.s after 
1700. 

ANDROCLES AND THE LION. Panto. 
S. King AlexaJider (S. Planche). Bristol T.R., 
1893. 

ANDROMACHE. T. J. Crowne. Trans, fr. 
Andromaqiie of Racine. Ac. at D.K.'s T. in 
Dorset Gardens, 107.5. 

ANDROMACHE. Trans, of Euripides B.C. 
417 bv Michl. Wodhull. Pr. 1782. R. Potter 
17S3, Edwards and Hawkins 1868, with Buck- 
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" Greek Plavs." 

ANDROMACHE. O. Gretry. Paris, 1780. 

ANDROMACHE. P. 3 a. Gilbert Murray. 
Garrick, February 25, 1901. 

ANDROMANA; OR, THE MERCHANT'S 
WIFE (sometimes called Andromana; or, The 
Fatal and Deserved End of Disloyalty and 
Ambition). T. F. on story of Plaii<;ua in Sir 
Philip Sidney's Arcadia, by Jas. Shirley. Pr. 
1660. See Cupid's Revenge. 

ANDRO.MAQUE. T. Campistron, 16S3. 

ANDROMAQUE. Sarah Bexnhardt'e season. 
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ANDROMAQUE OF RACINE. A ver. by 
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See " French Classical Plays." 

ANDROMEDA. 0. B. Ferrari. M. by 
Manelli. Venice, 1637 

ANDROMEDA. 0. G. Colla. 1772. 

AAUKOMEDA. Greek T. 1 a. Rose Seaton. 
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ANDROMBDE Corneille. See " French 
Classical Plays." 

ANDRONIC. T. Campistron, 1686. 

ANDRONICO. O. Mercadante (Venice), 1822. 

ANDRONICUS COMNENIUS. T. J. Wilson. 
1664. See The Unfortunate Usurper. 

ANDY BLAKE; OR, THE IRISH DIAMOND. 
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1856 or earlier. Adelplii, February 10, 1862. 

ANGEL. P. 1 a. Bertha Moore. Court, 
June 24, 1909 (mat.). 

ANGEL, THE. 3 a. R. Walters and W. Gor- 
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ANGEL BOY, THE. Ca. Walter Monck. 
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ANGEL KING, THE. P. 5 a. Ross Neil. 
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ANGEL, OF DEATH, THE. D. 5 a. Geo. 
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night. 

ANGEL OF HIS DREAMS. THE. Do. d. 
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26, 1909. 

ANGEL OF ISLINGTON, THE. F. E. L 
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ANGEL OF MIDNIGHT, THE: A "Legend 
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E. Plouvier. Adapt, by W. E. Suter and T. H. 
Lacy. First perf. at T. de Ambigu, Paris, 
March 5, 1861. Perf. at Grecian T. as The 
Angel of Death, May 20, 186J. 



ANGEL OF MIDNIGHT, THE. D. J. 

Brougham. Princess's, February 15, 1862. 

AN(iEL OF THE ATTIC. THE. CD. 1 a. 
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ANGEL OF THE SWAMP, THE. Ca. H. 
A. Saintsbury and Gene Stratton Porter. Lin- 
coln Royal, August 9, 1907. 

ANGEL OF UNREST, THE. N. 4 a. R. A. 
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ANGEL ON EARTH. AN. Do. D., Alfred M. 
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1902. September 1, 1902. 

ANGEL OR DEVIL. D. 1 a. J. Stirlin-^ 
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ANGEL UNAWARES, AN. C 3 a. Robert 
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ANGEL'S VISIT; OR, THE TRIALS OF 
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East London, September 21, 1870. 

ANGEL'S W'HISPER; OR, THE SPIRIT OP 
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ANGELA. Far. C 3 a. G. Duval and 
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ANGELA; OR, A WOMAN'S WIT. Oa. Le- 
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ANGELA; OR, FAITHFUL AND TRUE. D. 
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23 1871. 

ANGELA TERESA. P. 3 a. Geo. Bancroft. 
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ANGELICA. O. Metastasio. M. by Corpora. 
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ANGELICA; OR, QUIXOTE IN PETTI- 
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ANGELINA. CO Mary Goldsmith. Ac. at a 
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ANGELINA. P. 3 a. Adap. by W. Cooper 
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ANGELINA'S LOVER. C. 1 a. Frank Stay- 
ton. Wyndham's, September 24, 1903. 

ANGELINE DE LIS. J. T. Hainee. St. 
James's, September 29, 1837. 

ANGFLIQUE ET MEDOR. O. Thomas. 
Psuis, 1843. 

ANGELO. T. 4 a. Adap. to English .stage 
by author of " Peregrine Pickle." Olvmpic, 
August 11, 1851. 

ANGELO D. 5 a. Victor Hugo. (Mdme. 
Sarah Bernhardt's season.) Coronet, June 19, 
1905 

ANGELO AND THE ACTRESS OF PADUA. 
D. 4 a. Fr. French of Victor Hugo, by G. H. 
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Padua. 

ANGELO, THE TYRANT OF PADUA. Vic- 
tot ia T., :835. 

ANGELS AND LUCIFERS. F. Ed. L. Blan- 
chard. R. Manor House, Chelsea, 1838. Olym- 
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ANGELS OF PARIS, THE. D. 4 a. Frank 
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ANGELUS, THE. 0. Prol. and 4 a. (in 
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ANGLAIS A BORDEAUX. L". Op. C Favart, 
176B-73. 



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ANGLER; A SPORT AFTER RAIN, THE. 
Ballet Div. M. bv M. Solly. Lvce'um, June 21, 
1817 (third time).' 

ANGLING IN TROUBLED WATERS. D. 
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ANGLOISE, L'. Piece. 1 a. Pierre Mille 
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ANGLOMANE. C. Saurin, 17n2. 

ANrMA E CORPO, L'. The first work ap- 
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Cavaliere. 1600. 

ANIMAL MAGNETISM. C. 3 a. Mrs. Inch- 
bald. Taken from the French. CO., April 26, 
1788. N.p. 

ANIMATED PORTRAIT, THE. Ballet Div. 
Lyceum, July ?0, 1816. 

ANNA. C. Ascribed to Miss Ciithbertson. 
Ac. by D.L. Co. at the O.H. in the Haymarket, 
February 25, 1793. 

ANNA. P 4 a. Berte Tliomas. Bayswater 
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ANNA BOLENA. 0. Donizetti. Milan, 1822. 

ANNA BOLEYN. Banks. See Anna Bullen. 

ANNA BOLEYN. Hist P. Miss Dickenson, 
1877. 

ANNA BULLEN; OR, VIRTUE BETRAY'D 
(sometimes called Anne Bullen). T. Mr. Banks. 
D.L., 1682. 

ANNA MARIA'S PIANO. F. 1 a. Nugent 
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ANNA MICHAELOONA. P. 1 a. Raymond 
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ANNA OF NORWAY; OR, THE DEATH OF 
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ANNA OF THE PLAINS. Dr. ver. of Alice 
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ing R.T., January 28, 1907; Crvstal Pal., March 
4. 1907. 

ANNE BLAKE. P. 5 a. Westland Marston. 
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1681. 

ANNE BOLEYN. D. Poem. Milman. 1826. 

ANNE BOLEYN. T. G. H. Boker, 1850. 

ANNE BOLSYN. Burl. Extrav. Conway 
Edwardes. Royalty, September 7, 1872. 

ANNE BOLEYN. D. 5 a. Tom Taylor. 
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ANNE BOLEYN; OR, THE JESTER'S 
OATH. P. 4 a. R. Dodson. Victoria, March 
22, 1873. 

ANNE MIE. D. Herr Rosier Faasseu. Im- 
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P O.W., November 1, 1880. 

ANNETTE AND LUBIN. CO. 1 a. C. Dib- 
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ANNETTA E. LUCINDA. O. G. Pacini (His 
1st O.) Milan, 1813. 

ANNETTE ET LUBIN. Op.C. Favart, 1763- 
72. 

ANNETTE ET LUBIN. 0. Martini, 1780. 

ANNIE LAURIE. P. 1 a. Graham Moffat. 
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ANNIE MONKSWORTH. Britannia, July 18, 
18.59. 

ANNIE OF EDENSIDE; OR, THE CO- 
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ANNIE OF TIIARAU. 0. 3 a. Transl. by 
Mdme. Zoblinsky. M. by Heinrich Hoffman. 
Edinburgh, Princess's, April 12, 1880. 

ANNIE TYRRELL. Surrey. January 26, 
1S52 



ANNIVERSARY, THE. F. C.G., 1758. 

ANO DESPUES DE LA BODA. Gil y Zarate, 
1825. 

ANOMALY, THE. Do. P. L. Cvril Penson. 
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ANONYMOUS LETTER, THE. C. 3 a. Mark 
Ambient ani Frank Latimer. Lvric. May 5, 
1891 

ANONYMOUS LETTER, THE. Ca. 1 a. 
G. iS. Street. Vaudeville, June 18, 19IJ7. 

ANONYMOUS LETTERS. F. Frederic 
Jacques. Camden Town R. Park H. October 
17, 1888 (amat.). 

ANOTHER. F.C. 3 a. Miss Emily Hodson. 
Vaudeville, .December 14, 1885. 

ANOTHER DRINK. Burl. Saville Clarke 
and Lewis Clifton. lolly, July 12, 1879. 

ANOTHER ELOPEMENT. Vaud. C. 2 a. 
Frederic de Lara, Lalbroke Hall, December 6, 
1888. 

ANOTHER GIRL. M.C. 2 a Harry NicTioUs, 
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Ij. 1904. 

ANOTHER GUY; A DREAM OF THE 
FIFTH OF NOVEMBER. Sk. Fred Conquest. 
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ANOTHER JOLT. Duol. Horace Bedwell. 
Queen's Gate H., South Kensington, May 11, 
1896. 

ANOTHER MAN'S MONEY D. Wilton B. 
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ANOTHER MAN'S MONEY. P. 2 a. Walter 
Mallett. Bayswater Bijou, November 27, 19m. 
(Amateurs.) 

ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. CD. 4 a. W. J. 
\ aughan and Fenton Mackay. Blackburn, 
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May 28, 1900; Clapham, Shakespeare, June 4, 
1900. 

ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. Do. D. 4 a. 
Miles Wallerton. L'pool Queen'.s, Feibruary 8, 
1909; Pavilion, October 11, 1909. 

ANOTHER MATINEE. Ca. F. Castris. Lad- 
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1 COO 

ANOTHER MATINEE. See A Stage Coach. 

ANOTHE^l PAIR OF SHOES. F. Frederick 
Hay. Globe, September 13, 1875. 

ANSTER FAIR; OR, MICHAEL SCOTT THE 
WIZARD. An Easter Folly. M. by Cooke 
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ANSWER PAID. F. C Burnand and W. 
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ANTARCTIC. " Bouffonerie Musicale." H. B. 
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ANTiELOPE, THE. M.C. Adrian Ross. 
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ANTEMIRE. T. Voltaire. 1720. 

ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA. See Antorty 
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A.N1TH0NY DiEiAN'iS DOUBLE. Ca. 3 scenes 
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S. Gro-gan. Haymarket, June 11, 1906. 

ANTHONY'S LEGACY. Ca. A. G. Charle- 
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ANTI-CHRISTIAN OPERA; OR, MASS UN- 
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ANTI-GAVOTTE. Strand, February 2, 1857. 

ANTI-MATRIMONIAL SOCIETY, THE. Ca. 
Miss Beanchamp Dublin Gaietv, March 9, 
1876; Gravesend Pavilion, February 20, 1884. 

ANTIDOTE, THE. C Alfieri, 1805. Trai)';!. 
by C Lloyd, 1815. 

ANTIGALLICAN, THE. F Mr. MozieD- 
Pr. 1702. See The Heiress. 



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25 



ANTIGONE. T. Trans, fr. Sophocles (B.C. 
4-jn. D. by Rotron, 1633: Oeo. Adams. Pr. 
1729; T. Franklin, 1759; R. Potter, pr. 1788; 
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ANTIGONE. 0. Gluck. Rome. 175«. 

ANTIGONE. T. Alfleri. 1783. Trans, by G. 
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ANTIGONE. Burl. E. L. Blanchard. Strand, 
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ANTIGONE. T. (Sophocles.) M. by Men- 
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1850 ; Hampstead Conservatoire, November 4, 
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ANTIGONE, THE THEBAN PRINCESS. T. 
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ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES, THE. In 2 
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ANTIOCHUS. T. John Mottley. Ac. at L.I.F. 
April 13, 1721. Pr. 1721. 

ANTIOCHUS. T. By a Gentleman of Glou- 
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ANTIOCHUS. T. Chas. Shuckborough. Pr. 
1740. N.ac. 

ANTIOCHUS ET CLEOPATRE. T. De- 
schamps, 1717. 

ANTIOCHUS THE GREAT; OR, THE 
FATAL RELAPSE. T. Mrs. Jane Wiseman. 
L.I.F. Pr. 1702 

ANTIPODES, THE. C. Richd. Brome. Ac 
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ANTIPODES, THE. D. 3 a. Tom Taylor 
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ANTIPODES, THE. D. Jeflferys Allen-Jef 
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ANTIQUARIAN, THE. F. F. on The Vlr 

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ANTIQUARY, THE. C. Shakerly Marmion 
Cockpit, 1641. Ac. by Their Majesties' Ser 
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ANTIQUARY. M.P. 3 a. Fr. Sir Walter 
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ANTIQUARY AND THE BLUEGOWN 
BEGGAR, THE. Cotourg, July 2, 1832. 

ANTIQUITY. F. 2 a. Pr. 1808. N.ac. 

ANTOINE, TRAGEDY OF. See Antony. 

ANTOINETTE RIGAUD. C. 3 a. Fr. M. 
Raymond Deslandee's French piece of the 
same name, by Ernest Warren. St. James's, 
February 13, 1886. 

ANTOINETTE SABRIER. Fr. P. 3 a. Re- 
main Coolus. Avenue, June 18, 1904. 

ANTONIO. See Bon Antonio. 

ANTONIO; OR, THE SOLDIER'S RETURN. 
T William Godwin. D.L., December 13, 1800. 
Pr. 1800. 

ANTONIO AND MELLIDA. Hist. P. John 
Marston. Ac, by children of St. Paul's School, 
1601. Pr. 1602. Part II. is called Antonio's Re- 
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ANTONIO AND VALLIA. C. Massinger. 
Entd. on Stationers' Co. books, June 29, 16C0. 
N.p. Destd. by Warburton's servant. 

ANTONIO'S REVENGE; OR, THE SECOND 
PART OF ANTONIO AND MELLIDA. T. John 
Marston. Ac. by children of St. Paul's School, 
1601. Pr. 1002. 

ANTONIUS; OR, THE TRAGEDY OF MARC 
ANTHONY. See Antony, by Countess of Pem- 
broke. 



ANTONY. T. By Samuel Daniel (?). Taken 
fr. the French of Gamier, and prod, by Mary 
Countess of Pembroke. Date at end of play, 
November 26, 1590. Pr. 1595. 

ANTONY. T. Dumas. 1831. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. T. Shake- 
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AN'TONY AND CLEOPATRA. T. Sir Chas 

Sedley, Bart. Ac. Duke of York's T., 1677. 
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ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. T. Henry 
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ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. Burla. Ta. 
Selby. Adelphi, November 7, 1842. 

ANrONY AND CLEOPATRA. Burl. J. F. 
Draper. Royal Hall, Jersey, December 16, 1870. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. Italian ver. 
of Shakespeare's T. Lyric, June 19, 1893. 
Eleonora Duse season. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA. Burl. Arthur 
Miller. M. by A. D.Adamson and W. R. Caze- 
nove. Sutton Pub H., December 2, 1896 
(amat). 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ^ee Cleopatra. 

ANITONY AiN-D CLEOiPATRiA ; O'R, HIS- 
TORY AND HER STORY. F. C. Burnand. 
HaymaiT'ket, Novemiber 21, 1860. 

ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA MARRIED 
AND SETTLED. Burl. 1 a. C. Selby. Adelphi, 
December 4, 1843. 

ANTY BLIGH. P. 1 a. G. Hamilton Moore. 
Fr. story by John Wakefield. Gt. Queen St., 
April 24, 1905. 

ANXIOUS TIME, AN. F. Ellis Reynolds. St. 
George's Hall, January 29, 1889. 

ANY ORDERS? Sk. Mrs. A. Wallis. Acton 
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ANY PORT IN A STORM. Hay., December 
5, 1853. 

ANYTHING ELSE? M.C. 1 a. Ladbroke H., 
April 8, 1892. 

ANYTHING FOR A CHANGE. C. 1 a. 
Shirley Brooks. Lyceum, June 7, 1848. 

AN i'THING FOR A QUIET LIFE. C. Thos. 
Middleton. Ac. Globe and Blackfryars. Pr. 
1662. 

ANYTHING NEW? M.F. 2 a. Pocock. M. 
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APARTMENTS: VISITORS TO THE EX- 
HIlilTION MAY BE ACCOMMODATED. Ex- 
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1851. 

APBROfl&ITE AlGAFNiST ART'E51IS. T. in 
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APHRODYSIAL ; OR, SEiA FEAST, THE. P. 
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APIUS AND VIRGINIA. See Avpius and 
Virginia. 

APOCRYPHAL LADIES. C. Margaret 
Duchess of Newcastle. Divided into 23 scenes, 
but not into acts. Pr. 1662. 

APOLLO AND DAPHNE. D. Thos. Hey- 
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APOLLO AND DAPHNE. Masque. John J. 
Hughes. M. by Pepusch. D.L. Pr. 1716. 

APOLLO AND DAPHNE. 0. Pr. 1734. 



26 



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APOLLO AND DAPHNE; OR, HARLEQUIN'S 
METAMORPHOSES. Pant. John Thurmond. 
D.L., 1725. Pr. 1727. 

APOLLO AND D.^PHNE; OR, THE BURGO- 
MASTER TRICKED. Lewis Theobald. Pr. 
1726. This is vocal parts of pant, played two 
years before. M. by Mr. Rich. 

APOLLO ET HY.\€INTIHUS. Latin C. 
Mozart, May 13, 1767. 

APOLLO, M.D. F. Sir Randall Roberts, Bart. 
Jodrell (Novelty), December 26, 1888. 

APOLLO SHROVING. C. Wm. Hawkins. Ac. 
by his Scholars. Hadleigh School, Suffolk, June 
2, 1626. Pr. 1627. 

APOLLO TRA LE MUSE. 0. B. Aliprandi. 
Munich, 1737. 

APOLLO TURN'D STROLLER; OR, THERE- 
BY HANGS A TALE. Sir John Oldmixon. 
Royalty T. Pr. 1787. 

APOLLO'S CHOICE; OR, THE CONTEST OF 
THE AONIDES. M. Burl. 2 a. Pr. 1815. ? N.ac. 

APOLLO'S FESTIVAL. D.L., May 18, 1814. 

APOLLO'S HOLIDAY; OR, A PETITION TO 
THE MUSES. A prel. for the opening of a 
new theatre at Durham, 1792, by James Caw- 
dell. Probably same as An Appeal to the 
Muses. 

APOLOGY FOR ACIOKS, AN. Thos. Hey- 
wood. 1612. 

APOLOKIUS AND SLLL.A. See Twelfth 
Night. 

APOSTATE; OR, ATLANTIS DESTROYED, 
THE. T. 5 a. John Gait. Pr. 1814. ? N.ac. 

APOSTATE MOOR, THE. T.P. Coburg, 
Deceimber 31, 1832. 

APOSTLEiS, THE. Orat. Edw. Elgar. Bir- 
mingham, Octaber 14, 1903; C.G., March 15. 
1904 

APOSTOLATE, THE. T. 5 a. R. Shiel. C.G., 
May 3, 1817. 

APOTEiOiSI D'EiRICORE, L'. O. Mercadante 
(Naples), 1819. 

APOTHEOSIS OF PUNCH, THE. Ma.sque to 
ridicule Sheridan's Monody on Garrick's Death. 
Patagonian T., Exeter 'Change. Pr. 1779, pro- 
bably by Leonard M'Nally. 

APOTHICAIRiB ET PElRRUQUIBR O 1 a 
M. by Offenbach. 1861. 

APPARITION. THE. C. Trans fr. Plnutins 
by Richd. Warner Originally called Mostel- 
laria On this play The Intriguing Chamber- 
maid f. Pr. 1773. 

APPARITION, THE. M.D. Rom. J. C. Cross 
Hay., September 3, 1794. Pr. 1794. 

APPARITION: OR, THE SHAM WEDDING, 
THE. C. D.L., November 25, 1713. Pr. 1714. 

APPEAL TO THE AUDIEINCE. AN. Albany 
Brown. St. James's, December 6, 1852. 

APPEAL TO THE FEELINGS, AN. F. 1 a 
T. A. Palmer. Nottingham, T.R., March 15, 

APPEAL TO THE MUSES; OR, APOLLO'S 
DECREE, AN. See Apollo's Holiday. 

APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC, AN. 1 a. J. 
O.xenford. Ac. at New York, 1849. 

APPEARANCE IS AGAINST THEM. F. 
Mrs. Inchbald. C.G., October, 1785. Pr. 1785. 
Revived in 1804 as Mistake Upon Mistake; or, 
etc. 

APPEARANCE OF THE ANGELS TO THE 
SHEPHERDS, THE. Mentioned in Hawkins' 
" Origin of the English Drama." 1773. 

APPEARANCES. C. 2 a. J. Palgrave Simp- 
son. Strand, May 28, 1860. 

APPIUS. T. John Moncrieff. CO. Pr. 1755. 



APPIUS AND VIRGINIA. One of the ear- 
liest tragedies by an unknown author, under 
the initials R. P. Not divided into acts. Less- 
ing's Emilia Galotti is a modern ver. Ac. 1563. 
Pr. 1575. 

APPIUS AND VIRGINIA. T. John Webster. 
Story taken from Livy, Florus, etc. Pr. 1654. 
Ac. 1659. Rev. and alt. by Betterton, and ac. 
at Duke's T. as The Roman Virgin; or. The 
Unjust Judge, 1679. 

APPIUS AND VIRGINIA. T. J. Dennis. 
1705. D.L., 1709. Pr. 1709. 

APPIUS AND VIRGINIA. See Virginia. 

APPLE, THE. P. 1 a. Inez Bensiisan. 
Prod, by the Play Actors. Court, Marcli 14, 
1909. 

APPLE BLOSSOMS C. 3 a. Albery. Vau- 
(leville, September 9, 1871. 

APPLE PIE. Surrey, December 26. 1866. 

APPLES. C. 1 a. Julian Sturgis. Lad- 
broke H., November 28, 1887. 

APPRENTICE, THE. F. 2 a. Arthur 
Murphy. D.L. and Edinburgh. Pr. 1756. 

APPRENTICE'S PRIZE, THE. Rich. Brome 
and Thos. Heywood (died 1652). Entered at 
Stationers' Co., April 8, 1654. N.p. 

'APPY 'AMPSTEAD. Sk. Wal Pink. M. 
by Geo. Le Brunn. Oxford Music H., Feb- 
ruary 3, 1902. 

APRIL DAY. Burl. 3 a. OHara. Hay- 
August 22, 1777. Pr. 1777. Afterwards reduced 
to 2 a. 

APRIL FOLLY. Ca. 1 a. Adap. from 
Beauchamp's story, " Vengeance," by J. P. 
Hurst. Olympic, April 6, 1885. 

APRIL FOOL, AN. F. 1 a. A. Halliday 
and Wm. Brough. D.L., April 11, 1864. 

APRIL FOOL, AN. Ca. Marguerite Adam- 
son. iRehearsal, W.C., June 26, X908 ^am.^t.). 

APRIL FOOL; OR, THE FOLLIES OF A 
NIGHT. F. Leonard M'Nally. C.G., April 1, 
1786. N.p. The plot was used in Mad World, 
my Masters, Country Lasses, The Slip, and 
The Spendthrift. 

APRIL JEST, AN. Sk. Terry's, July 26, 1893. 
APRIL RAIN. C. Prol. and 2 a. Leonard 
S. Outram. Reading T.R., May 10, 1886. 

APRIL SHOWERS. C. 3 a. Bellamy and 
Romer. Terry's, January 24, 1889. 

APRON STRINGS. Duol. Basil Hood, 
ferry's, June 9, 1897. 

ARRIVALS; OR, A TRIP TO MARGATE, 
THE. Travestie by "J. M. Banero and A. D. 
Pincroft." Avenue, June 24, 1884. 

ARAB, THE, T. Kd., Cumberland ; D.L., 
March 8, 1875. N.p. 

ARAB BOY, THE. D. 

ARAB GAiRDEINiER, TBE. P. 1 a. Gladys 
Unger (ad.Tip. fr. the Fr.). Vaudeville, Novem- 
ber 12, 1908. 

AfR.AB OF THE DElSElRT. Pavilion, January 
2, 1832. Astley's, February 18, 1856. 

ARABELLA; OR, THE BANKS OF THE 
LEVEN, with the interlude of The Caledonian 
Witches. Ro. D. 3 a. Joseph Moser. Wr. 
1808. N. ac, n.p. 

ARABI NELLE GALLIE (GLI). O. Pacini. 
Milan, 1827. 

ARABIA SITIENS; OR, A DREAME OF A 
DRYE YEIABE. T.C. Wm. Percy, 1607. An 
unpubl. MS. in private hands. 

ARABIAN NIGHT, AN. C. Adap. by 
Augustin Daly. New York, 1879. 



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27 



ARABIAN NIGHTS, THE. F.C. 3 a. Syd- 
ney Grundy. Founded on \'on Moser's Hamuti 
Alrafchid. Globe, November 5, 1887; transf. to 
Comedy, December 5, 1887 ; rev. Comedy, 
November 5, 1892. See Poor Arthur. 

ARABIAN NIGHTS, THE. See Almyna, 1$ 
Marriage a Failure f, AH Baba. 

ARAJOON; OR, THE CONQUEST OF MY- 
SORE. J. 8. Coyne. Adelphi, October 22, 1838. 

ARBVNES; OR, THE ENAMOrRED 
PRINCE. Past. Mentioned in catalogue of 
library of Macklin. 

ARBITRATION: OR, FREE AND EASY. 
F. 2 a. Probably by Reynolds. CO., De- 
cember 11, 1806. 

ARBRE ENCHANTE, V. 0. Gluck. Vienna, 
1759. 

ARCADES. Masque. John Milton. M. by 
Henry Lawes. PI. at Harefleld House. Circ. 
1634. 

ARCADIA. Past. Jas. Shirley. F. on Sir 
Philip Sidney's Arcadia. Ac. at Phoenix by 
Her Majesty's servants, 1640. Pr. 1640. Philo- 
clea founded on this. 

ARCADIA. See Androniana, Argalut and 
Parthenia, Cupid's Revenge. 

ARCADIA; OR. THE SHEPHERD'S WED- 
DING. Past. Words by Robt. Lloyd. M. by 
Stanley. D.L., 1761. Pr. 1761. 

AjRCADFA RJE.FORJMBD. P. Mr. Daniel and 
dra^vD out of Fidus Paftor. lfiO.5. Thv wa.s 
•UT^poeed to be Queen's Arcadia of Daniel. 
Pr. 1606. 

ARCADIAN BBOTHiE'RS, THE. J. R. 
O'Neil. Marionette T., May 3, 1852. 

ARCADIAN LOVERS. THE; OR, META- 
.VfO/RPHOSIS OiF PR1\€T:S. D. Probably by 
Moore. M. in the Bodleian Library. 

ARCADIAN NUPTIALS, THE. Masque in- 
troduced into Perseus and Andromeda. C.G., 
1764. g 

ARCADIAN PASTORAL. THE. M.P. 5 a. 
Lady Craven. Ac. at Burlington Gardens, 
1782 

ARCADIAN VIRGIN, THE. P. Wm. Haugh- 
ton and Henry Chettle. Ac. in 1599. 

ARCADIAXiS, THE. Fantl. and Musi P. 
3 a. Mark Ambient and A. M. Tliomipson. 
Lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. M. by Lionel 
Monckton and Howard Talbot. Slsaftesbury, 
Aipril 38, 3909. 

ARCADIE. Oa. John Burton. M. by 
Francis Willoughby. Margate T.R., September 
17, 1888. 

ARCHERS; OR, MOUNTAINEERS OF 
SWITZERLAND, THE. 0. 3 a. Ac. in New 
York. Founded on Helvetic Liberty. Pr. 1796. 

ARCHIBALD DANVERS, M.D. Ca. Ger- 
trude and Ethel Armitage Southam. South- 
port Pavilion T., October 20, 1893. 

ARCHIE LOVELL. D. 4 a. F. C. Burnand. 
Royalty, May 16, 1874. 

ARiOHIPROPHETS. T. Grimald. 1547. 
Latin— John the Baptist. 

ARCHITECT, THE. Dr. sk. 2 a. Nicholas 
Gypsum. Pr. 1807. 

ARCHITOPIA, UNLIMITED: A LYRICAL 
LAY OF LADYE LAND. Extrav. Arthur W. 
Earle and E. Howley Sim. Holborn T.H. Mav 
4, 1894. 

ARDEN OF FEVERSHAM. T. Pr. 1592. 
Ascribed by some to Shakespeare. Ac. by 
Elizabethan Stage Society at St. George's H., 
July 9, 1897. 



ARDEN OF FEVERSHAM. T. Geo. Lillo. 
D.L., July 19, 1759. Pr. 1762. Left imperfect 
by Lillo and finished by Dr. J. Hoadly. Alt. 
ver. at C.G., April 14, 1790. Sadler's Wells, 
1852. 

ARDEN OF FEVERSHAM. See Murderous 
Michael. 

ARE YOU A MASON? F.C. 3 a. Adap. 

fiom German. C. Logenbruder. Residenz T., 
Berlin, December 4, 1897; Worthing T.R., Sep- 
tember 9, 1901 ; Shaftesbury, September 12, 
1901. 

ARE YOU A SMOKER? OR, A NICOTINE 
NIGHTMARE. F.C. W. Stephens and H. 
Chance Newton. Waldorf, December 27, 1906. 

ARiE YOU A SOCIALIST? Sk. Bedford, 
August 17, 1908. 

ARE YOU THE MAN? P. 4 a. Frank 
Price. Reading Countv, March 13. 1909 ; C.P. 
Burton O.H., May 13, 1909. 

AREA BELi^ri, THE. F. 1 a. W'm. Brough 
and A. Halliday. Adelphi, March 7, 1864. Pee 
Penelope. 

ARJ3A SYLPH. O. 1 a. B. Fry. Pub. by 

S. French, Ltd. 

ARETHUSA. F. 3 a. Alfred Sutro. King's, 
Hammersmith, May 25, 1903. 

ARETHUaE. 0. A. Campra. 1701. 
• ARETOEUS: OR, THE ROMANCE OF A 
PATENT. M.D. 2 a. Lib. by Gunners C. F. 
Fuller and Fred Cape. M. by Gunner Camp- 
bell Williams. H.M.S. Rainbow, April 7, 1881. 

ARGALUS AND PARTHENIA. T.C. Henry 
Glapthorne. Plot on Sidney's Arcadia. Ac. at 
Court and at D.L., 1639. Pr. 1639. 

ARGENTINA STREGA PER AMORE ; OR, 
HARLEQUIN MULTIPLIED BY ARGEN- 
TINA'S WITCHCRAFT FOR LOVE. Pant. 3 
a. Ac. at King's T. in Hay. Pr. 1726. 

ARIADNE. 01ym.pic, January 28. 1850. 

ARIADNiE; OR. TIHE BUlyL, THE BULLY. 
AND THE BULLION. Burl. Vincent Arn- 
cotts. N'O date. 

.XlRIADiXE. O. Benda. 1721-95. 

ARIADNE ; OR, THE MARRIAGE OF 
BACCHUS. 0. By " P.P." Trans, fr. the Fr. 
Presented by the Academy of Music at CO., 
1674. Dedicated to Charles II. 

ARIADNE : OR THE TRIUMPH OF 
BACCHUS. 0. Thos. D'Urfey. Pr. 1721. (N. 
ac.) 

ARIANA A NAXOiS. Orat. Hadvn. 1791. 

ARIANE T. Corneille. 1672. 

ARIANE. D. 4 a. Adap. fr. Mrs. Camp- 
bell Praed's novel Wedlock, bv herself and Mr. 
Richard Lee. Op. C, February 2, 1888. 

ARIANE. See Airey Annie. 

ARIANNA. 0. Monteverde. 1607. Lost 
except for a few quotation*. 

ARIEL. Burl, fairy D. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. 
Gaiety, October 8, 1883. 

ARIODAiNT. 0. 3 a. M6hul. October 11, 
1798. 

ARIODANTE AND GINEVRA. P. Anon. 
1582. F. on a story in Orlando Furioso, by 
Ariosto. 

ARION : OR, THE STORY OF A LYRE. 
Burl. F. C. Burnand. Strand, December 20, 
1871. 

ARISTIPPUS; OR, THE JOVIAL PHILOSO- 
PHER. T.C. Thos. Randolph. (To which is 
added The Conceited Pedlar.) Pr. 1635. 



2a 



"THU STAGE" CYCLOP^PJA. 



ARISTOCRATIC ALLIANCE, AN. C. 3 a. 
Adap. by Lady Violet Greville fr. MM. Emilie 
Augier and Jules Sanden's Le Gendre de M. 
Poirier. Criterion, March 31, 1894. 

ARISTOCRATIC ASSASSIN, AN. P. Harry 
SiddoDS. T.R., Dumfries, August 10, 1875. 

ARISTOCRATIC BURGLAR, AN. "Noc- 
turne." la. Charles Bering. Glasgow Royalty 
T., June 14, 1897. 

ARISTOCRATIC NOODLE, AN. Ventrilo- 
quial P. 1 a. Kennerley Sidney. Saltley, 
Carlton, April 18, 1905. 

ARISTOCRATS, THE. M. absurdity. 2 scs. 
James and Thos. Passmore. M. by Peter Con- 
roy. Poplar, Queen's, October 10, 1904. 

ARISTODEMUS. Monodrama. Pr. 1802. 

ARISTOMENE. T. Marmontel. 1749. 

ARISTOMENES ; OR, THE ROYAL SHEP- 
HERD. T. Anne, Countess of Winchelsea. 
Story on Lacedaemonian hist. Pr. 1713. N. ac. 

ARIZONA. D. 4 a. Augustus Thomas. Adel- 
phi, February 3, 1902. 

ARK ON THE SANDS, THE. D. C. Rennell. 
Brighton, T.R., October 19, 1870. 

ARKWRIGHT'S WIFE. D. 3 a. Tom Tay- 
lor and John Saunders. Leeds, T.R., July 7, 
1873. Globe, November 6, 1873. 

ARLBQUIN BARBIEiR. Pant. 1 a. M. by 
OfFenibach, 1855. 

ARLESIENNE, L'. D. 3 a. Alphonse Daudet.- 
Royalty, June 4, 1006. 

ARLINE ; OR, THE FORTUNES OF A 
BOHEMIAN GIRL. Brother Brough. 

ARLING LODGE. D. L. C. Turner. Bath, 
T.R., May, 1872. 

ARM OF THE LAW, THE. P. 3 a. Eugfene 
Brieux. Adap. fr. La Robe Rouge. Garrick, 
February 16, 1004; rev. Garricik, .May 2o, 1909 
(mat.). 

ARMADA ; A ROMANCE OF 1588, THE. 
Spec. D. 5 a. Henry Hamilton and Augustus 
Harris. D.L., October 22, 1888. 

ARMADALE. See Miss Gidlt. 

ARMAND ; OR, THE PEER AND THE 
PEASANT. P. 5 a. Mrs. Mowatt. Maryle- 
bone, June 18, 1849 ; D.L., February 28, 1853. 

ARMED BRITON ; OR, THE INVADERS 
VANQUISHED, THE. P. 4 a. W. Burke. 
1805. (N. ac.) 

ARMENIAN GIRL, AN. M.C 2 a. Hlld- 
yard Marris. Manchester C.T., August 2, 1897. 

ARMGART. D. poem. George Eliot (Mrs. 
Evans). 1874. 

ARIMIDA. 0. B. 'Ferrari. 1639. 

ARMIDA. O. Jomelli. 1714-74. 

ARMIDA. 0. Rossini. Naples, 1817. 

ARxVIIDE. O. 5 a. Gluck. Lito by Calzab'igi. 
Paris, 1777. C.G., July 6, 1906. 

ARMIDE ET RENAUD. 0. Lulli. Paris, 1686. 

ARMINIUS. T. Campistron. 1684. 

ARMINIUS. T. Wm. Paterson. Refused a 
license. Pr. 1740. N. ac. 

ARMINIUS. T. Murphy. 1798. 

ARMINIUS ; OR, THE COMPANION OF 
LIBERTY. T. Arthur Murphy. Pr. 1798. (N. ac.) 

ARMISTICE, THE. J. Howard Payne. Sur- 
rey, July, 1822. 

ARMOREL OF LYONESSE ; OR, THE 
CLEVEREST MAN IN TOWN. Adap. fr. Be- 
sant's novel by W. Heron Browne and S. Boyle 
Lawrence. Op. C, December 30, 1890. 

ARMOURER, THE. CO. Richard Cumber- 
land. C.G., April 4, 1793. Songs only pr., 
1793. M. probably by Capt. Warner. 



ARMOURER, THE. Hist. D. R. Dodson. 

Britannia, March 27, 1876. 

ARMOURER, THE. P. 4 a. Naomi Hope. 
Whitehaven Royal T., September 20, 1894. 

ARMOURER OF NANTES. O. Balfe. C.G., 
February 12, 1863. 

ARMOURER'S DAUGHTER, THE. Extrav. 
H. T. Arden. Cremorne, August 11, 1866. 

ARMOURER'S DAUGHTER, THE. P. Ter- 
ence Norrey. Eccles Lyceum, October 14, 1901. 

ARMS AND THE MAN. Rom. C. 3 a. Ber- 
nard Shaw. .Avenue, April 21, 1894 ; rev. 
Savoy, December 30, 1907. 

ARMY OF THE NORTH, THE. Melo-d. J. 
R. Planch^. C.G., October 29, 1831. 

ARMY, THE NAVY, AND THE VOLUN- 
TEERS, THE. Ent. Metro. M.H., July 18, 
1870. 

ARNOLD OF WINKELRIED. D. 5 a. Mark 
Lemon. Surrey, July 25, 1S.36. 

AROLDO. O. Verdi. Rimini, 1857. 

ARRAH-MA-BEG. City of London, October 
15, 1866. 

ARRAH-NA-BROGUE. Sadler's Wells, Octo- 
ber 25, 18G5. 

ARRAH-NA-POGUE ; OR, THE WICKLOW 
WEDDING. D. 4 a. Dion Boucicault. Dub- 
lin T.R., November 5, 1864. Princess's, March 
22, 1865, and August 29, 1891 (rev.). 

ARRAH NIEL ; OR, THE VALE OF 
KNOCKFIERNA. D. Liverpool Adelphi, April 
1, 1872. 

ABRi.WGNIME'NT. Oa. Don Trueba. .4delphi, 
August 15, 1831. 

ARRAIGNMENT OF LONDON, THE. P. R. 
Daborne and C. Tourneur. 1613. 

ARRAIGNMENT OF PARIS, THE. D. Pa.st. 
George Peele. At Court, before Q. Eliz., by 
the children of Chapel Royal, 1584. Pr. 1584 

ARRIVALS. See Ar-Eivals. 

ARRIVED AT CROW STREET; OR, THES- 
PIAN FROM TANDERAGEE. J). 1 a. Dub- 
lin, 1796. ■ 

ARRIVED AT PORTSMOUTH. M. Ent. W. 
Pearce. C.G., October 30, 1794. 

ARROGANT BOY, THE. D. Pr. 1802. An 
afterpiece for children. 

ARSASES. T. Wm. Hodson. Pr. 1775 (N. ac). 

ARSENE LUPIN. P. 4 a. Francis de Crois- 
set and Maurice Leblanc. Paris Ath6n6e, Oc- 
tober 28, 1908; Duke of York's, August 30. 
1909. 

ARSINOE ; OR, THE INCESTUOUS MAR- 
RIAGE. T. A. Henderson. Story is Egyptian. 
Pr. 1752. N.ac. 

ARSINOE, QUEEN OF CYPRUS. 0. Peter 
Motteux. D.L., 1705. Pr. 1707. 

ART. D. C.Reade. St. James's, February, 
1855. 

ART. CD. Cunningham Bridgeman. Paign- 
ton Bijou T., August 24, 1874. 

ART AND ARTIFICIE ; OiR, WaMAN'B 
LOVE. D. 5 a. J. Brougham. .\c. at New 
York, 1859. 

ART AND LOVE. D. sk. 1 a. A. W. Du- 
bourg. Op. C, February 17, 1877. 

ART AND NATURE. C. Rev. James Miller. 
D.L., 1738. F. on Arlequin Sauvage of De 
risle and Le Flateur of Rousseau. 

ART OF MANAGEMENT ; OR, TRAGEDY 
EXPELLED, THE. D. piece. Mrs. Charlotte 
Clarke. Ac. at Concert Room in York Build- 
ings. Pr. 1735. 

ARTAMEINE. O. Gluck. Crema. 1743. 

ARTASERS, L'. 0. G. Abos. Venice, 1746. 



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A. Arioeti. 1724. 
Metastasio. Before 1730. 

tiliiok (.hii-s Ist o.). Milan, 



0. L. Canu>o. Perf. in Lon- 



ARTASERSE. O. 

ARTASERSE. 0. 

AKTASliftSO^. 0. 
17-11. 

ARTASERSE. 
(Jon, 1774. 

ARTAXERXES. 0. Gluck. 1741. 

AKTAXERXES. 0. 2 a. M. by T. A, 
Arne. Fr. the Artaserse of Metastasio. C.G., 
February 2, 1762. Pr. 1761. 

ARTAXERXES. O. Trans, fr. Metastasio by 
John Hoole. Pr. 1767. D.L., June 6, 1815. 
Lyceum, July 13, 1816. 

ARTAXERXES. O. Dorn. 1831. 

ARTE AMANDI, DE OVID. See " Latin 
Plays." 

ARTEiOHIN'O PORTFNATO. Marionette T., 
Fehruary 3, IS.'ia. 

ARTEMISIA. O. Cimarosa. Venice, 1801. 

ARTFUL. Sk. 1 a. Geo. Bellamy and 
Sydney Blow. Lon. Col., January 25, 1909. 

ARTFFL AUTOMATON. A. Law and King 
Hall. iS.t. George's H., 1865. 

ARTFUL CARDS. F.C. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. 
Gaiety, February 24, 1877. 

ARTFUL DODGE, THE. F. 1 a. E. L. 
Blanchard. Olympic, February 2, 1842. 

ARTFUL GIRL, AN. Ca. W. Pett Ridge 
and Joseph E. Pearce. Birkbeck Inst., June 
29, 1892. 

ARTFUL HUSBAND, THE. C. Wm. Taver- 
ner. L.I.F. 1716. Pr. 1716. 

ARTFUL LITTL*: SiPOUSiElR. F. 1 a. L. 
Roljertson an-d M. Comerford. Ptd. 1878. 

ARTPUCL MISS DEARING. C. 3 a. Artliur 
Law. Ea.>t;bouTne D.P., April 5, 1909; Terry's, 
April 10, 1909. 

ARTFUL AVIFE, THE. C. Wm. Taverner. 
L.I.F., 1717. Pr. 1718. 

ARTHUR. T. Nicholas Trot. Pr. (n.d.) See 
The Misfortunes of Arthur. 

.'\KTHUR. See Kin() Arthur. 

ARTHUR AND EMMELINE. D. Ent. D.L., 
November 22, 1784. Pr. 1784. 

ARTHUR, KING OF ENGLAND, THE LIFE 
OF. P. Richard Hathwaye. Ac. by the Lord 
Admiral's Servants. 1598. 

ARTHUR, MONARCH OF THE BRITONS. 
T. Wm. Haton. Pr. 1776. N.ac. 

ARTHUR ORTON. D. W. Stephens. War- 
rington P.O.W., December 11, 1874. 

ARTHUR'S BAKERY CO.; OR, THE ORI- 
GINAL A. B.C. Burl. Pro. and 2 a. Words by 
Frank Silvester. M. by Ellen Gwenydd Ehves. 
Matinee T., November 22, 1898. 

ARTHUR'S SHOW. Int. or Ma^jque very 
popular in Shakespeare's time ; probablv com- 
piled fr. Mallory's Morte Arthur. Mentioned 
by Justice Shallow in the 2nd part of King 
Henry IV. 

ARTIFICE, THE. C. Mrs. Centlivre. D.L., 
1721. Pr. 1721. 

ARTIFICE, THE. CO. 2 a. Wm. Augustus 
Miles. D.L., April 14, 1780. Pr. 1780. 

ARTIFICIAL FLOWER-MAKERS ; OR, THE 
LAST NEW YEAR'S GIFT, THE. D. 2 a. 
C. H. Hazlewood. Britannia, December 18, 
1871. 

ARTISAN, L'. 0. Hal^vy. Paris, 1827. 
ARTIST, THE. Ca. G. V. Wibrow. East- 
bourne T.R., August 6, 1894. 

ARTIST AND HIS FAMILY, THE. Surrey, 
February 28, 1659. 

ARTIST'iS DILEiMIMA, AJJ. Sk. Greeuwicli 
Palace, June 3, 1907. 



ARTIST'S MODEL, AN. M.C. 2 a. Owen 
Hall. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank. M. by Sid- 
ney Jones. Daly's, February 2, 1895; transf. to 
Lyric, May 28, 1895. 

ARTIST'S MODEL, THE. F. Neville Lynn. 
Park Town H., Battersea, March 5, 1892. 

ARTIST'S REVENGE, THE. Piece. 1 a. 
Partly f. on Ouida's novel " Puck," and con- 
verted into 1 a. by H. Austin. Brixton H., 
June 10, 1903. 

ARTIST'S WIFE, THE. C. 2 a. G. A. Bec- 
kett. Hay., July 28, 1838. 

ARTIiSTE DE TEPvRl^CIXA, L'. Ballet. 
D.L., March 28, 1853. 

ARTISTIC DILEMMA, AN. Ca. C. Fenton. 
Surrey Masonic H., Camberwell, December 13, 
1893. 

ARTLESS CINDERELLA. M. fairy tale. 3 
scenes. Wr. and composed by H. K. Hamilton 
Field. St. Andrew's Inst., Carlyle Place, May 
9, 1895. 

ARTS AND CRAFTS. Piece. 1 a. Ada and 
Dudley James. Ladbroke H., March 9, 1897. 

ARVIRAGUS ; OR, THE ROMAN INVA- 
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ARVIRAGUS AND PHILICIA. T.C. in 2 
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AS A MAN SOWETH. P. W. J. T. Collins. 
Newport (Mon.) Lyceum, April 2, 1904. 

AS A MAN SOWS. P. 4 a. Alicia Ramsey 
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AS A MAN SOIWiS. P. 1 a. Nellson Morris. 
Islington, Myddleton H., December 12. 1907. 

AS COOL AS A CUCUMBER. F. W. B. Jer- 
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AS DE TREFIE, L'. See Aee of Clnhs. 

AS GOLD THROUGH FIRE. D. 4 a. Edin- 
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AS GOOD AS GOLD. Ca. Chas. Coghlan. 
Lyceum, December 18, 1869. 

AiS GOOiD AS GOLD. D. 4 a. F. S. Jen- 
nirugts. HammeremJth Lyric. May 14, 1006. 

AS IN A GLASS ; OR, HIS DOUBLE. F.C. 
2 ac. and 3 sc. Adap. fr. The Ourang-Outang ; 
or His Double. By Geo. Herbert Rodwell and 
Charles Lauri, jun. Op. C, October 17, 1887. 

AS IN A LOOKING-GLASS. P. 4 a. Adap. 
by F. C. Grove fr. the novel of the same name, 
by F. C. Philips. Op. C, May 16, 1887. 

AS IN A LOOKING-GLASS. See Lena, 
Mirage. 

AS IT SHOULD BE. Ent. 1 a. W. C. Oul- 
ton. Hay., June 3, 1789. Pr. 1789. 

AS LARGE AS LIFE. F. piece. 3 a. A. 
Shirley. Terry's, May 13, 1890. 

AiS LIKE AiS TWO PEAS. F. 1 a. Hubert 
Lille. Hay.. June 30, 1854. 

AS MERRY AS MAY BE. P. Richard Hath- 
waye. Ac. at Court, 1602. 

AS MIDNIGHT CHIMES. D. 4 a. Edwd. 
Marris. Hull Alexandra. July 11, 1904; Dais- 
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AS NIGHT COMETH. P. 1 a. Walter E. 
Crogan. Wolverhampton G.T., January 23, 
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AS ONCE IN MAY. C. 1 a. J. Hartley 
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AS PLAIN AS CAN BE. P. Ac. before Q. 
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AS PLAYED BEFORE HIS HIGHNESS. C. 
1 a. Alistair N. Taylor. Adap. fr. story in The 
Smart Set. Manchester Prince's, May i, 1904. 



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AS THE WORLD GOES. Thos. Horde, ]un. 
AS YOU FIND IT. C. Chs. BoyTe, third 
Earl of Orrery. Ac. at L.I.F. Pr. 1703. 
A3 YOU LIKE IT. C. 5 a. Shakespeare, 

1600. Ent. Stationere' Co., August 4, leoo. Fol. 
1623. Shakespeare played Adam in ttiis play. 
Plot taken fr. Lodge's Rosalynd; or, Euphue't 
Golden Legacye. Pr. 1590. An additional scene 
writ, by Mbser. Pr. 1809. P. revised by J. P. 
Kemble and ac. at C.G., 1810; Royalty, 1872. 
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St. James's, February 24, 1890; Daly's com- 
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1894; St. James'6, Decemiber 2, 180€; Comedy, 
February 27,, 1901; St. James's, January 9, 
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AS YOU LIKE IT. See RoMtlynde. 

AS YOU MAKE YOUR BED SO YOU MUST 
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AS YOUR HAIR GROWS WHITER. P. 4 a. 
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ASCANIO. 0. Saint-Saene. 1890. 

ASCHBNBRiOlEiDFJL (Cinderella). Gt. Queen 
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ASCOT. F.C. 2 a. Percy Fendall. Oldham 
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ASDRUBAL. T. Jacob Montfleury, 1647. 

ASHANTEE WAR, THE. D. Wm. Lowe. 
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ASHANTEE WAR, THE. Burl. Jas. Sand- 
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ASHBY MANOR. P. 2 a. W. Allingham. 
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ASHES. P. 3 a. Edwd. Collins and R. 
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ASHEiS. Episode. 1 a. J. F. Stansfield and 
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ASHES OF THE PAST. P. 1 a. W. Chap- 
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ASINARIA; OR, THE ASS COMEDY (B.C. 
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ASK NO QUESTIONS. Burla. 2 a. C. 
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A'SLAM, THE LIO^N. D. W. Barrymore. 
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ASIMODEUS, TH"E DEVIL ON TWO STICKS. 
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ASMODEUS, THE LITTLE DEMON; OR, 

THE 'S SHARE. CD. 2 a. Adapt, fr. 

Scribe's Part du Diable by Thos. Archer. 
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ASPACIA. T. 3 a. Mrs. Hughes. Pr. 1790. 

ASPARAGUS GARDEN. C. Richard Brome. 
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ASPARAGUS GARDEN. See 'Sparagus Gar- 
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ASPIRATiIONS OF ARiOHIBALD, THE. 
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ASPRAND. T. Salisbury T., March 20, 1805. 
ASRAiEiL. 0. Franchetti. Italy. 



ASS-ASS-INATION. ExtraT. Theodore Ed. 
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ASS DEALER, THE. C. Trans, fr. Plantus 
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ASSASSIN, THE. D. 4 a. E. Hill Mitchel- 
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ASSAULT AND BATTERY. Ca. 1 a. Eille 
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ASSEDIO DI CALAIS, L'. 0. Donizetti. 
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ASSEDIO DI COiRINTO, L'. O. Rossini. 
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1834. 

ASSEDIO DI FIRENZE, L'. O. Bottesini. 
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ASSEMBLY, THE. C. By a Scots gentleman 
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ASSEMBLY, THE. F. Jas. Worsdale. Dub- 
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ASSEMBLY ; OR, SCOTS REFORMATION, 
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ASSIGNATION, THE. C. Probably by 
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ASSIGNATION, THE. Sat. 3 a. Hamilton 
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ASSIGNATION ; OR, LOV^E IN A NUN- 
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ASSIGNATION ; OR, WHAT WILL MY 
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ASSOMiMOIR. L'. D. Zola. 1878. See T)niik. 
D.T., Destroyed by Drink, The Curse of Drink, 
Gin and the Use and Abuse of Drink. 

ASSOMMOIR, L'. P. 5 a. and 8 tab. taken 
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ASSOMMOIR. L': OR. THE CURSE OF 
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ASSOMMOIR, L' ; OR. THE CURSE OF 
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ASSUMPTION OF THiE VIRGIN, THE. " A 
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ASSURANCE COMPANY, THE. P. E. Fitz- 
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ASTOUNDING PHENOMENA. 1 a. G. J. 
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ASTR.s:A APPEARED. Olivari. 1797. Irani, 
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ASTREA ; OR, TRUE LOVE'S MIRROUR. 
Pastl. Leonard Willan. Plot fr. romance of 
same name. Pr. 1651. 

ASTROLOGER, THE. C. Jas. Ralph. Taken 
fr. Albumazar. Ac. 1 night at D.L., 1744. 

ASTRONOMER, THE. F. Amphlett. Wol- 
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ASTUZIE FEMMINILI, LE. 0. Cimarosa. 
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AT A HEALTH RESORT. P. 1 a. H. M. 
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AT A JUNCTION. Duol. Margaret Young. 
C.ixton H., April 15, 1909. 

AT BAY. D. Pro. and 4 a. Ina Leon Cas- 
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AT BREAK OF DAY. P. 1 a. F. Thorpe 
Tracey. Shoreham Swiss Gdns., December 12, 
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AT BREAK OF DAY. D. 4 a. W. Bailey, 
jun., and Chas. Berte. W. London, August 24, 
1903. 

AT CRIPPLE CREEK. Amer. P. 4 a. Hal 
Reid. Dover R., January 5, 1905 ; Stratford 
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AT CROSS PURPOSES. Ca. 1 a. Ada M. 
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AT DEAD OF NIGHT. Melo-d. 5 a. Harold 
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AT DUTY'S CALL. Milit. P. Rewritten 
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■ AT ENGLA'NiD'S COMMAND. " Revolu- 
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AT EVENSONG. P. 1 a. Fewlass Llewllyn. 
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AT HOME. Ent. C. Mathews. 1818. 

AT HOME. Mu.s. ep;s. Max Roger. Alham- 
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AT HOME SUNDAYS. C. 1 a. Sir W. L. 
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AT LAST. Ca. Herbert Gough and A. 
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AT LAST; OR, A NEW LIFE. D. Lloyd 
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1883. 

AT MAMMON'S SHRINE. CD. la. Benj. 
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AT SANTA LUCIA. O. 2 a. Transl. by Wm. 
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AT SIXES AND SEVENS. Ca. 1 a. J. M. 
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AT STAKE. C. 3 a. J. M. Killick. St. Geo. 
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AT THE CROSS ROADS. D. 1 a. J. J. 
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AT THE FERRY. P. la. Mrs. Fawcett. 
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AT THE FOOT OF THE ALTAR. D. 4 a. 
Fredk. Jarman. Londonderry O.H., September 
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AT THE FOOT OF THE LADDER. D. Prol. 
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AT THE HARBOUR SIDE. C. 3 a. Niccola 
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Brighton T.R., March 17, 1900; Coronet, 
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AT THE KIRK ARMS. C. 1 ». E. J. Mal- 
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AT THE PANTOMIME. M. Sk. Corney 
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AT THE POINT OF THE SWORD. Fencing 
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AT THE RACES. F. Sk. Lincoln Royal, 
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AT THE RISING OF THE MOON. Irish 
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AT THE STAGE DOOR. Sk. Chas. Wilson 
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AT THE SWORD'S POINT. Military D. 4 a. 
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AT THE WORLD'S MERCY. M.C.D. 4 a. 
Carr Loates.. Stratford R., September 14, 1908. 



AT WAR WITH THE WORLD. C. melo-d. 
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AT WAR WITH WOMEN. D. 4 a. Frank 
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AT ZERO. M. rom. 3 a. Lester Teale. 
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ATALANTA. C, in Latin. Phillip Parsone. 
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ATALANTA; OR, THE GOLDEN APPLES. 
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ATALANTA IN CALYDON. D. Poem. 
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ATAR GULL. P. G. Aimer. Royalty, Novem- 
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ATCHI. Ca. J. Maddison Morton. P.O.W., 
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ATHALIA. O. Handel. 1733. 

ATHALIA. O. Mendelssohn. 1844. 

ATHALIAH. T. Wm. Duncombe. Transl. of 
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ATHALIAH. T. Thos. Brereton. Left un- 
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ATHALIE. T. Racine. 1090. Transl. by 
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ATHEIST; OR, THE SECOND PART OF 
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ATHEIST'S TRAGEDY; OR, THE HONEST 
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ATHELSTAN. T. Dr. Browne. Founded on 
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ATHELSTANE. C. of London, June 12. 185«. 

ATHELWOLD. T. Aaron Hill. An altera- 
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ATHELWOLD. Hist. T. 5 a. Wm. Smith. 
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ATHENAIS. T. Legrange. 1677-1768. 

ATHENIAN CAPTIVE, THE. T. 8. Tal- 
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ATHENIAN COFFEE HOUSE, THE. C. 
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ATLANTIS; OR, THE LOST LAND., Extrav. 

3 a. Maurice Dalton and Ernest Genet. M. by 
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ATOMS IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. 
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ATONEMENT, THE. D., pro., and 3 a. 
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ATONEMENT, THE. D. 1 a. C. Allen 
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ATOiNiEIMlElNT. D. 1 a. Albert Chevalier. 
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ATO'NEMiE:^T ; OR, THE GOD DAUGHTER, 
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ATROCIOUS CRIMINAL, THE. F. 1 a. 
Palgrave SimpsoH. Olympic, February 18, 1867. 



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ATTAQUE DU MOULIN, L'. O. Louis Gallet. 
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ATTAR GULL; OiR, TlHE SER.PENT OF 
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ATTIC DRAMA, AN. Fred Jame.s. Garrick, 
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ATTIC STORY, THE. F. 1 a. J. M. Mor- 
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ATTILA. O. Verdi. Venice, 1846. 

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AU JAPON. Pant. 1 a. St. George's H., 
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AU TRAVERS DU MER. Oa. Prince Ponia- 
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AUBREY CLOSES THE DOOR. P. 1 a. 
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AUBREY'S SISTER. F. e. 3 a. Royston 
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AUCASSIN ET NICOLETTE. 0. G^try. 
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AUCTION, THE. F. Theophilus Gibber. Ac. 
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AUCTION OF PICTURES, THE. Samuel 
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AUCTIONEER, THE. C. 3 a. J. M. Mor- 
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AUGUSTA; OR, THE BLIND GIRL. D. 3a. 
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AUGUSTO, L'. T. Amore. 1605. 

AUGUSTUS. T. Edwd. Biddle. PI. 1717. 

AUGUSTUS AND GULIELMUS ; OR, THE 
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AUGUSTUS C/BSAS. A -play under this title 
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AULD ACQUAINTANCE. CD. 1 a. (or 2 a.). 
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AULD LANG SYNE. CD. 3 a. George 
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AULD LANG SYNE. Ca. Basil Hood. 
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AULD MAN AND HIS WIFE, THE. One of 
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AULD ROBIN GREY. M.E. Saml. James 
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AULD ROBIN GRAY. Ballet. By Byrne. 
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AULD ROBIN GRAY. D.L. April 19, 1858. 

AULD ROBIN GRAY. D. 1 a. Adap. fr. 
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AULD ROBIN GRAY. See The Wanderer 



AULULARIA. C B.C. 254-184. Plautus. 
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AULULARIA. See We^tviinster Plays. 

AUNT AGATHA'S DOCTOR. M. Ca. Her- 
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AUNT CHARLOTTE'S MAID. F. 1 a. J. 
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AUNT CHIMPANZEE. M.F. 1 a. Robert 
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AUNT DINAH'S PLEDGE. D. 2 a. H. Sey- 
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AUNT GABRIELLE. C. 3 a. J. C. New. 
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AUNT JACK. F. 3 a. Ralph R. Lumley. 
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AUNT JANE'S FLAT. Ca. Bertha Moore. 
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AUNT MARGARET. F.C. 3 a. Sydney T. 
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AUNT MARIA'S WILL. F. 3 a. R. H. Cur-. 
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AUNT MINERVA. Ca. By C. Tudor. Guild- 
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AUNT OR UNCLE. F. 3 a. Rev. A. J. Wil- 
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AUNT REBECCA. F. Allan Atwood and 
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AUNT TABATHA. F. Frank H. Morland. 
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AUNT'S ADVICE. Ca. E. G. Southern. Hay., 
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AUNTIE. F. 3 a. H. J. Byron. Toole's, 
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AUNTIE OF THE FINGER-POST. Monol. 
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AUNTIE'S MOTOR. C 3 a. Godfrey John 
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AURAMANIA ; OR, DIAMOND'S DAUGH- 
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AURELIANA IN PALMIRA. O. Rossini. 

Muan, December 26, 1813; King's, June 22, 
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AURELIO AND MIRANDA. D. 5 a. Jas. 
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AURENG-ZEBE ; OR, THE GREAT MON- 
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AURORA FLOYD. Adap. fr. Miss Braddon's 
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AURORA FLOYD. D. 3 a. Fr. Miss Brad- 
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AURORA FLOYD. 3 a. Fr. Miss Braddon by 
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AURORA FLOYD; OR, THE DARK DUEL 
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AURORA'S CAPTIVE. P. 1 a. Tom Gallon. 
Ladbroke H., December 13, 19u4 (C.P.). 

AURORA'S NUPTIALS. Dr. Perf. D.L. Pr. 
1734. 

AUS DER SOHWEIZ. 0. Fantasy. Bach- 
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AUSTKRLITZ ; OR, THE SOLDIKllS 
BRIDE. Melo-d. 3 a. J. T. Haines. Queen's 
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AUSTRALIA; OR, THE BUSHRANGERS. D. 
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AUTHOR. THE. C. 2 a. Sanil. Foote. D.L. 
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AUTHOR AND THE BOOKSELLER, THE. 

Dr. piece. Charlotte M'Carthy. Pr. circa 1765. 

AUTHOR'S FARCE; OR, THE PLEASURES 
OF THE TOWN, THE. C. 3 a. H. Fielding. 
Perf. at little theatre in Haymarket, 1730. Pr. 
1730. 

AUTHOR'S TRIUMPH; OR, THE MANA- 
GERS MANAGED, THE. F. Anonym. In- 
tended to have bctii ac. at L.I.F., April 14, 
1737. 

AUTHORS, THE. Dr. satire. 2 a. Lindesius 
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AUTOd'RAPHK, L'. St. James's, November ;3, 
1890. 

AOTRE MOTIF. L'. €. 1 a. Eilomird 
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AUTUMN MANffiUVRES. Ca. W. R. Stow. 
Vaudeville, October 14, 1871. 

AVALANCHE, THE. Sens. Epis. F. Ne- 
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AVALANCHE; OR, THE TRIALS OF THE 
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AVANT, PENDANT ET APRES. V. Scribe. 
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AVARE, L'. C. Moliere. 1667. Fr. the 
Aulularia of Plautus. See "French Classical 
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AVENGER, THE. P. G. W. Lovell. Surrey, 
18.33. 

AVENGER ; OR, SLAVES OF PASSION, 
THE. M.D. 4 a. Fred Moule. Queen's T., 
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AVENGING HAND, THE. M.D. Hubert 
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AVBJJTURiIER, L'. O. Poniatowski. Paris, 
1865. 

AVENTURIEKK, l- 
May 23, 1870. 

AV1ENTUR.IERE, L'. I'rince.Hs'... Jfay 
1870. See The Adventurers' Home. 



C. Auiiiei'. Princess's, 
23, 



AVERAGE MAN; OR, HOW TIIIC AVER- 
AGE BECAME THE ABNORMAL, AN. CD. 
4 a. S. X. Courte. Folkestone Pleasure Gdns., 
March C, 1895; Op.C, June 13, 1895. 

AVOCAT PATELIN, L'. F. D. Bruevs. 17(ic.. 
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AVVISO AI MARITATI. L'. O. L Caru=o 
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AWAKENING, THE. C. 3 a. Arthur Ben- 
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AWAKENING, THE. P. 4 a. C. Haddon 
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AWAKENING, THE. P. 1 a. Lyddell Saw- 
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AWAKENING OF PAN. THE. Sk. Camber- 
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AWAKING. D. 1 a. Campbell Clarke. Alt. 
and adapt, fr. French of Sandeau and Decour- 
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AWAKING. See Marcel. .Second ad a)), of 
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AWAY WITH MELANCHOLY. F. 1 a. J. 
M Morton. Princess's, March 13, 1854. 

AW^FUL EXPERIENCE, AN. Duo. Mrs. 
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AWFUL RISE IN SPIRITS, AN. Extrav. T. 
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AWKWARD. Ca. Manchester Comedy T 
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AWKWARD AFFAIR, AN. F. Fredk Hav 
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AWKWARD ARRIVAL. C. 2 a. Publ. by S. 
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AWKWARD DILEMMA, AN. P. Wynne 
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AXIS, THE. C. 3 a. C.vril Harcourt. Worth- 
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1905. 

AYLMER'S SECRET. P. 1 a. Stephen Phil- 
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AYRSHIRE TRAGEDY. T. Sir W. Scott. 
1830. 

AYiR'SHIRE TRAGEDY. See Auchindnine. 

AZAEL, THE PRODIGAL. D. 3 a. F. on 
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AZOR AND ZEMIRA; OR, THE MAGIC 
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B 



„.'}■. ^- P- 1 «• F- C. Burnand and Montagu 
UUliams. Olympic, March 22, 1S60. 

BA KAU: OR, THE PRINCE'S NAP AND 
THE SNIP'S SNAP, LA. Bi'.rl. J. E Roe 
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BAB; OR, SAVED BY A CHILD. D Burn- 
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BAB-BALLAD-MONGER; OR, THE MYS- 
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piS-GUISEBURY, THE. Travestie. Frank 
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BABBAGE'S PUPPETS. F. Bolton T.R., 
September 22, 1884. 

BABBEO L'INTHIGANTE. O. Sarria 
Naples, 1872. o<inid. 

BABBLE SHOP, THE. Travesty on The 
Bauble Shop. E Rose. Trafalgar, March 30. 



BABEL AND BIJOU. See Biibil and Bijon. 

BABES; OR, WHINES FROM THE WOOD, 
THE. Burl. -Z a. Harry Paulton. M. by W. C. 
Levey. Birmingham T.R., June 9, 1884 ; Toole's, 
September 9, 1884. Wr. up to date, A. C. 
Shelley, Strand, Pebiuary 4, 1895. 

BABES IN THE WOOD. This title w.is 
registered at Stationers' Ha.ll in 1595. 

BABES IN THE WOOD. Rob Tarrington in 
1601 wrote Two Lamentable Tragedies, one of 
which was about a young child murdered in a 
wood by two ruffians by command of its uncle. 

BABES IN THE WOOD. Burl. F. Robson. 
BABES IN THE WOOD. Burl. T. A. Palmer. 

BABES IN THE WOOD. Burl. C. W. Mc- 
Cabe and Geo. Belmore. M. by W. C. Vernon^ 
Battensea Park Town T., A.pril 3, 1893. 



34 



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BABES IN THE WOOD, THE. C. S a. Tom 
Taylor. Hay., November 10, 1860. 

BABES IN THE WOOD, THE. Burl. G. I- 
Gordon and G. W. Anson. Liverpool P.O.W., 
April 16, 1877. 

BABES JN THE WOOD, THE. Burl. Geo. 
Capel. Gaiety T. ; Douglas, Isle of Jlan, July 
26, 1S84. ■ 

BABES IN THE WOOD, THE. Burl. 2 a. 
J. G. Grahame and Bert Arlett. M. by J. G. 
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BABES IN THE WOOD, AND THE GOOD 
LilTLE FAIRY BIRDS, THE. Burl. D. 1 a. 
H. J. Byro.T. Adelphi, July 18, 1850. 

BABETTE. CO. 3 a. Lib. adap. from Or- 
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M. by Gustav Mi.-hiels. Strand, January 2C, 
1888. 

BABETTE. CO. 3 a. Harry B. Smith. M. 
by Victor Herbert. Bayswate", Vict. H., No- 
venber 5, 1903. 

BABIL AND BIJOU. Fantastic M.D. 18 
tab. and prol. and 5 a. Dion Boucicault and 
J R. Planch^. C.G., August 29, 1872. 

BABIOLE. O. 3 a. MiM. Clairville and Gas- 
tineau. M. by Laurent de Rille. Adap. mto 
English by Robert Reece. Manchester, Prince's 
T . March 10, 1879. 

B ABLER, THE. C. Transl. from Voltaire, 
and pr. in Dr. Franklin's Edition. 

BABOO OR PRINCE. F.C 3 a. F. C Daly. 

Neville Dramatic Studio, April 5, 1897. 

BABTISM AND TEMPTATION. C. Bishop 
Bale. Mentioned by author in list of his own 
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BABTISTES. T. in Latin. George Buch- 
anan, 1578. Another edition was put), in Lon- 
don the same year. 

BABTISTES. Scriptl. D. 5 short a. Ascr 
by Peck to Milton, 1642. 

BABY. F.C. 3 a. Robert Soutar and F. 
Herbert. Southend, Alexandra T., July 17, 
1890. 

BABY. P. J. E. Cowell. Eastbourne, Pier 
Pav., December 24, 1892. 

BABY, THE, f. by Lady Violet Gre- 
vdle on one of Max Adier's " Elbow Room " 
Stories. Originally produced as Babij: A 
Warning to Mesmerists, at Brighton T.R., Oc- 
tober 31. 1890. Terry's, April 9, 1891. 

BABY; OR, A MIDNIGHT TRUST. Dom. 
Dr. 4 a R. Waldron and Lionel Ellis. Pres- 
ton, Prince's. March 23, 1896. 

BABY; OR, A SLIGHT MISTAKE. F.C 
3 a. Walton Hook. T.R., Ipswich, June 4, 
1838; Vaudeville, June 7, 1888. 

BABY'S BIRTHDAY. A. Bucklaw. 

BABY'S ENGAGEMENT. Ca. Robt. Rogers. 
Wolverhampton T.R., December ID, 1892. 

BABY'S SHOE, A. Sk. Ada Roscoe. Man- 
chester Palace,October 23, 1907; Bedford 
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BABYLONIANS, THE. 

" Greek Plays." 



Aristoj)hanes. See 



BACCARAT; OR, THE KNAVE OF HEARTS. 
P. W. E. Suter. Sadler's Wells, March 4, 1805. 

BACCHAE, THE. P. Transl. from Euri- 
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BACCH^ OP EURIPEDES, THE. Tran.'^I. 
into Eng. rhyming verse bv Gilbert Murrav. 
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BACCHANALIANS, THE. T. Tran.sl. from 
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Plays." 



BACCHIDES. C. B.C. 254-184. Plautus. 
Latin, based on Greek C by Menander. Transl. 
into blank verse by Thornton, Rich, Warner 

:md Colman, 17G9-74. See " Latin Plays." 

BACCHUS AND ARIADNE. Ballet. D.L.. 
May 9, 1798. 

BACHELOR CF ARTS, A. CD. 2 a. Pel- 
ham Hardwick. Lyceum, November 23, 1853; 
D.L., December 19, 1855 

BACHELOR QUARTERS. See The Bunga- 
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BACHELOR'S BUTTONS. F. 1 a. E. Stir- 
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BACHELOR'S DREAM, A. Sk. Eastbourne 
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BACHELOR'S ROMANCE, A. C 4 a. Miss 
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BACHELOR'S WIDOW, THE. C. 3a. F. 
J. O'Hare. Lyrics by Mostyn T. Piggott. M. 
by Edwin Boggetti. Royalty T., Glasgow, June 
1', 1897; Terry's, June 14, 1898; Brighton Eden, 
August 4, 1899. 

BACHELORS WIFE, A. C. F. Watson. 
New York, Januarv 11, 1858; D.L., October 29, 
1860. 

BACHELORS. F.C. Prol. and 3 a. A. A. 
Aldred. New Cross H., June 18, 1884. 

BACHELORS. C. Adap. from the German 
by Robt. Buchanan &nd Hermann Vezin. 
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BACHELORS, THE. CO. M. by Alfred 
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BACHELORS, THE. See The Baichelors. 

BACHELORS' HALL. F. G. L. Gordan. 
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April 21, 1887. 

BACHELORS' WIVES. F. 3 a. F. Bous- 
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BACK FROM INDIA. Pottinger Stevens and 
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BACK IN FIVE MINUTES. F. H. T. John- 
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BACK IN TOWN. M.Sk. Corney Grain. 
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BACK TO THE LAND. P. 1 a. Andrew 
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BACK TO THE STONE AGE. M.P. 2 a. 
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BACKING THE FAVOURITE. F. G. L. 
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BACKING THE VARMINTS. F. G.L.Gor- 
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BACKSHEESH. M.Sk. Corney Grain. St. 
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BACKSLIDER, THE. Duol. 1 a. Osmond 

Shillingford. Strand, April 15, 1895. 

BACKWARD CHILD. P. 1 a. H. L. Childe 
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BAD BARGAIN, A. Ca. Sydney Grundy. 
1879. 

BAD BEGINNING MAKES A BAD ENDING, 
A. P. Ac. before the English Court. May. 
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BAD BOYS. C. 3 a. Adapted from the 
French piece, Clara Soleil, by Clement Scott. 
Comedy, April 29, 1885. 

BAD CHARACTER, A. P. 4 a. F. A. Scuda- 
more. Fulham Grand, April 8, 1901. 



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35 



ItAD LOT, A. F.C. M u. Ailap. from tlif 
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Camherwell Metropole, May 23, 1898. 

BAD LOVERS. C. Coyne. 1836. 

BAD PENNY, A. F. 1 a. W. Lestocq. 
Vaudeville, June 13, 1882. 

BAD QUARTER OF AN HOUR, A. Ca. 1 a. 

Miss Costello. Dublin, Queen's Royal, .\ugust 
31. 1S96 

BADEN-BADEN; OR, THE PRETTY 
HUNCHBACK. C. 3 a. Richd. Bateman. 
Barnstaple T.R., January 12, 1872. 

BAFFLED; OR, PAR.\iA VIOLETS. Ameri- 
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BAFFLED CRLME, A. D. 4 a. C. \V. 

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BAFFLED SPINSTER. C. la. Publ. by 
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BAG OF GOLD, THE. Hillyard. Olympic, 
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BAG OF TRICKS, A. Duol. Mary Potter. 
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BAGATELLE. O. 1 a. M. by OliVubacli. 
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BAGGING A BARRISTER. Duol. Reginald 
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BAGPIPE MAD. Sk. Hollowav Empire, 
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BAGUE DE THERESE. C. Carmouche. 
1861. 

BAIGNEUSE, LA. G. R. Sims. m. by Ivan 
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BAIL UP. Australian D. 4 a. Julian 
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BAILIFF, THE. Ca. 1 a. F. W. Brough- 
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BAILIFF, THE. Sk. Messrs. Karno, Kitchen 
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BAIRN, THE. Scotch D. 3 a. Geo. Dun- 
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BAJASETTE. O. G. Cocchi. Rome, 1746. 

BAJjVZET. T. Racine. 1672. See " French 
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BAJAZET. See Barbarossa. 

BAL D'ETE. Div. 1 tab. D.L., October 2, 
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BAL MASQUE, LE. CO. 3 a. Arthur H. 
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BALACLAVA. D. 3 a. J. B. Johnstone. 
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BALACLAVA DAY. D.L., March 17, 1856. 

BAL.ACLAVA JOE; OR, SAVED FROM THE 
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BALAMIRA; OR, THE FALL OF TUNIS. 
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BALANCE OF COMFORT, THE. C. 2 a. 
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BALANCE OF CO.MFORT, THE. C. 1 a. 
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BALDER'S DOD. D. Evald or Ewald. 1773. 

BALISHA.M BUDDHISTS, THE. Magical 
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BALL, THE. C. James Shirley and Chap- 
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BALLA-GOFAUGH. Irish D. 3 a Edward 
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BALLAD GIRL, THE. Pavilion, December 
3, 1866. 



BALLAD-MONGER, THE. Rom. P. 1 a. 
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BALLAD-SINGER, THE. M.P. 3 a. Tom 
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BALLERINA AMANTE, LA. D. Cimarosa. 

Venice, I'Si- 

BALLET DE LA PAIX. 0. F. Rebel and 

F. Francoeur. Academic, 173S, 

BALLET GIRL, THE. M.C. 2 a. Jas. T. 
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BALLINASLOE BOY, THE. D. 2 a. C. 
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BALLO DEtLLE INGRATE, IL. 0. Monte- 
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BALLO IN MASCHERA, UN. O. Aerdi. 

Rome, 1859; Lyceum, June 15, 1861. 

BALLOON, THE. F.C. 3 a. J. H. Darnley 
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BALLOON ACY; OR, A FLIGHT OF FANCY. 
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BALLY VOGAN. D. 4 a. Arthur Lloyd. 
Newcastle Tyne T., July 25, 1887. 

BALLYHOOLEY; OR, A NIGHT ON THE 
BIG WHEEL. F.C. 3 a. J. Russel Bogue. 
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BAMBOOZLING. F. 1 a. Thos. Egerton 
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BAND, RUFF AND CUFF. Int. See Ex- 
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BANDIT, THE. O. 3 a. Pr. 1814. N.ac. 

BANDIT KING, THE. D. 5 a. and 3 tabx. 
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BANDITS BLUNDER THE. Burl. Sk. 
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BANDITS DAFOHTKR, THE. Sk. Bedford. 
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BANDIT'S DEATH, THE. See The Simit 
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BANDITO, IL. 0. Ferrari. Casale, 1880. 

BANDITS, THE. Hippodrome sensation. 
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BANDITTI; OR, A LADY'S DISTRESS, 
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BANDITTI; OR, LOVE'S LABYRINTH, 
THE. 0. O'Keefe. M. by Dr. Arnold. C.G., 
1781. See Castle of Andalusia. 

BANISHED DUKE; OR, THE TRAGEDY 
OF INFORTUNATUS, THE. T.R., 1090. Pr. 
1690. 

BANISHED FRO.M HOME. D. 3 a. J. 
Cherry Griffiths. Britannia, May 3, 1875. 

BANISHED STAR, THE. C. J. B. Buck- 
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BANISHMENT OF CICERO, THE. T. 
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BANK HOLIDAY. CD. 2 a. Herbt. B. 
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BANK NOTE; OR, LESSONS FOR LADIES, 
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BANK OF ENGLAND, THE. P. 4 a. Max 
Goldberg. Clapham Shakespeare, November 
26, 1900. 



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BANK ROBBER i', THE. Melo-fl. Forbes 
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BANK ROBBERY, THE. Sk. Edwd. Ranier. 
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BANKER'S CLERK, THE. Sk. Ch. A. 
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BANKER'S DAUGHTER, THE. D. W. C. 
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BANKER'S DAUGHTER, THE. C. Bron- 
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BANKRUPT, THE. C. Saml. Foote. Hay., 
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BANKS AND BREAKS. D. O'Bryne and 
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BANKS OF THE BOYNE WATER. D. 
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BANNIAN DAY. M. Ent. Geo. Brewer. 
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BANNISTER'S BUDGET WITH THE SHIP- 
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BANQUET, THE. F.C. 3 a. F. Freeth, B.A. 
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BANQUETERS, THE. Aristophanes. See 
" Greek Plays." 

BANSHEE ; OR, THE SPIRIT OF THE 
BOREEN, THE. Irish D. .5 a. John Levy. 
Eleph. and C, February 28, 1876; Manchester 
Queen's, July 24, 1876. 

BANSHEE'S SPELL, THE. CD. Dr. J. S. 
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1882. 

BANTRY BAY. M. Int. 1 a. Probably by 
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BANTRY BAY. P. 1 a. Stephen Bond. 
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BAPTISM AND TK.MPTATION. See 0/ 
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BAPTISTES. T. G. Buchanan. 1506-1582. 

B ARTISTES. See Ti/rannicnl Gnvernwent. 

BARARK JOHNSON ; OR, THE BLIND 
WITNESS. D. 1 a. W. Reeve. Surrey, April 
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BARATARIA : OR, SANCHO TURNED 
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BARBARA. P. 1 a. Jerome K. Jerome. 
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BARBARA ALLEN. Spec. Chas. Dibdin, 
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BARBARA GROWS UP. C. 3 a. Geo. J. 
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BARB ARES, LES O. Saint Saens. 190J. 

BARBAROSSA. T. 5 a. John Brown, D.D. 
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Merope, Bajazet, and Mourning Bride. Lan- 
guage bor. from Paradise Lost and Annus 
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BARBAZON; OR, THE FATAL PEAS. O. 
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lerstein. D.L., September 22, 1877. 

BARBE-BLEUE. Op. bo. 3 a. and 4 tab. M. 
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BARBER AND HIS BROTHERS, THE. M. 
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BARBER AND THE BRAVO ; OR, THE 
PRINCESS WITH THE RAVEN LOCKS, THE. 
F.D. Isabella Vernier. Surrey, Oct., 184C. 



BARBER BARON ; OR, THE FRANKFORT 
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BARBER BRAVO, THE. Princess's, 1846. 

BARBER OF BAGDAD, THE. F. E. Fitz- 
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BARBER OF BAGDAD, THE. O. Peter Cor- 
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BARBER OF BATH, THE. Oa. Lib. by H. 
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BARBER OP PERA, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. 
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BARBER OF SEVILLE, THE. CO. 2 a. 
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CG., 1824. PI. in 3 a. Lyceum, July 3, 1824. 
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BARBER OF SEVILLE ; OR, THE USELESS 
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N. ac. 

BARBER'S TRIP TO PARIS, THE. Burl. 
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BARBERS OF BASSORA, THE. CO. 2 a. 
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BARBIER DE TROUVILLE, LE. O. 1 a. 
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BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA. Paisiello. St. 
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BaRBIERE di SIVIGLIA, IL. Op. bo. Music 
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BARBIER VON BAGDAD, DER. 0. Cor- 
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BARCAROLLE. O. Auber. Paris, 1845. 

BARD AND HIS BIRTHD.\Y, THE. W. 
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BARBELL V. PICKWICK. Oa. 2 a. T. 
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BARGEMAN OF THE THAMES. Grecian. 
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BARLEY MOW. THE. W. Frith and Cornev 
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BARMAID, THE. C 3 a. Geo. Dance. 
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BARNABY liRITTLK ; OR, A WIFE AT 
HER WIT'S END. F. 2 a. Alt. fr. Betterton's 
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BARNAliY RUDJE. Doni. i). 3 ti. thas. 
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BARNABY RUDGB. Ver. Adelphi. January, 
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BARNABY RUD'3B. Ver. Watts, I'hillips, 
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BARNABY RUDGE. t). 4 a. \ er. Maryle- 
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BARNABY RUDGE. See Dolly rardeii. 

BARNADO AND FIAMATA (? PHEAMETA) 
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BARNAVELT. The T. of Sir John Van 
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BARNES OF NEW YORK. D. Hal Collier- 
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BAK.NES OF NEW YORK. See Mr. Barnes 
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BARNEY THE BARON. F. 1 a. Lover. 

BARNWELL. See George Barnwell. 

BiARON, THE. C. See " Theatrical Re- 
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BARON DE TRENCK, THE. Operatic D. 
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BARON ET LA DANSEUiSE, LE. Comic 
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BAROM GOLOSH. CO. 2 a. M. by Audran. 
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BARON RUDOLPH. American Serio-Coniic 
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BARONS DAUGHTER; OR, MINE HOST 
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BARONET, THE. CD. E. Howard Vincent. 
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BARONET, TUE. D.Sk. Henry Sinclair. 
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BARONE" ABROAD, AND THE RUSTIC 
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BARONS OF ELLENBERG, THE. P. See 
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BASHFUL MAN, THE. M.F. 2 a. F. on 
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BASIL'S FAITH. C Hull T.R., June C, 
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BASILEIA. T.C. Ac. by the seholars oi 
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BASILISKA. D. Hull, Jarrow Street Rooms, 
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BASTARD, THE. T. Attributed to Cosmo 
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BASTARD, THE. T. Robert Lovett. Men- 
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BASTARD CHILD ; OR, A FEAST FOR THE 
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BASTIEN AND BASTIENNE. 0. L. Mozart. 
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BAICHELORS, THE. P. Transi. fr. the 
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BATCHELOR'S WIVES; OR, THE BRITISH 
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BATEMAN'B MASQUE. A masque of the 
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BATH; OR, THE WESTERN LASS, THE. 
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BATH ROAD, THE. Int. D.L., October 14 
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BATH ROLL, A. Oa. C. J. Knight and 
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BATH UNMASKED, THE. C. Odingsells 
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BATHING. F. la. Jas. Bruton. Olympic, 
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BATHING MACHINE; OR, THE FISHER- 
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BATTAGLIA DI LEGRANO, LA. O. Verdi. 
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BATTAILE DE DANES. C. Scribe and Le- 
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BATTLE OF AUGRIM ; OR, THE FALL OF 
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BATTLE OP BOTHWELL BRIGG, THE. P. 

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BATTLE OF EDDINGTON ; OR, BRITISH 
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BATTLE OF HERMANN. D. 1776-18n. 
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BATTLE OF HEXHAM ; OR, DAYS OF 
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BATTLE OF JERSEY, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. 
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BATTLE OF LIFE, THE. D. 3 a. E. Stir- 
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BATTLE OF LIFE, THE. New ver. of Le 
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BATTLE OF LIFE, THE. D. 4 a. A. W. 
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BATTLE OF SEDGMOOR, THE. F. 1 a. 
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BATTLE OF THE SEXES, THE. Melo-d. P. 
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BAUBLE SHOP, THE. P. of modern London 
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BAUKR EIN SCHELM, DER. O. Dvoriik, 
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BAWDYHOUSE SCHOOL; OR, THE RAKE 
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BAXTER'S TRAGEDY. Ac. 1002. N.p. 

BAYADERE, LA. Div. D.L., F^Aruary 20, 
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BAYES IN PETTICOATS. See The He- 
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BAYES' OPERA. By Gab. Odingsells. F. on 
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BAZILETTE. Oa. Justin F. Fitzsimon. Phil- 
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BEACON OF LIBERTY, THE. D. CO., 
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BEARNAISE, LA. CO. 3 a. Alfred Mur- 
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BEARS NOT BEASTS. CO. 1 a. Lib. Dy 
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BEAST AND THE BEAUTY. Mrs. E. S. 
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BEAST AND THE BEAUTY. Arthur Mil- 
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BEAST AND THE BEAUTY. P. 4 a. Fredk. 
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BEAST AND THE BEAUTY ; OR. NO ROSE 
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BEAUTIES, THE. P. James Shirley. 
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BEAUTIFUL ARMENIA; OR, THE ENERGY 
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BEAUTIFUL AVENGER, THE. D. 4 a. F 
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BEAUTIFUL FOR EVER. F. G. F. Hodg- 
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BEAUTIFUL TEMPTRESS, THE. Sk. Wm. 
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BEAUTY. Masque. Ben Jonson. Presented 
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BEAUTY AND HOUSEWIFERY. C. Ac. 
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BEAUTY AND THE BARGE. F. 3a. W. 
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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Extrav. 2 a. 
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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. BaUet. Al- 
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BEAUTY DOCTOR, THE. Fare. .sk. Ger- 
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BEAUTY IN A TRANCE. T. John Ford. 
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BEAUTY IN DISTRESS. T. Peter Mot- 
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BEAUTY OF BATH, THE. M.P. 2 a. Sey- 
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H. Taylor; music, H. E. Haiiiee. Aldwych 
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BEAUTY OF GHENT, THE. Ballet by 
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BEAUTY OF WOMEN. C. I'r. by Rastel 
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BEAUTY OR THE BEAST. F. 1 a. J. 
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BEAUTY SHOP, THE. M.C. 3 aceuee. W. 
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BEAUTY SHOW, THE. CO. 2 a. Lib. by 
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BEAUTY STONE, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. A. 
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BEAUTY THE BEST ADVOCATE. A re- 
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BEAUTY THE CONQUEROR; OR, THE 
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BEAUTY'S FOILS. F.C. 3 a. C. S. Faw- 
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BEAUTY'S TRIUMPH. Masque. T. Duf- 
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BEAUX' STRATAGEM. Burla. Surrey, 
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BEBE. M.C. 3 a. Kinsey Peile. South- 
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BECAUSE I LOVE YOU. D. 4 a. F. A. 
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BECKY SHARP. P. 1 a. A scene from 
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Pr. iTsc, 



a. By John 



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BELLAMIRA, HER DREAM; OR, THE 
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OR, 



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BEIRJ(3ER« DE WATTEIAU, LES 0. 1 a. 
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BEROWNE. See Borhonne. 

BiERiTA; OR, THE GNaME 0¥ THE 
HARTZBiBRG. 0. H. Smart. Hay., IVIay 26, 
1855. 

BEiRTHA BUENiDA. P. 1 a. Leslie 
Thoma5. Prod, by "The Cujiain Raisers." 
Rehearsal, March ll, 1909. 

BERTHOLDI AT THE COURT OF KING 
ALBOINO. CO. C.G. Pr. 1754. 

BERTRAM; OR, THE CASTLE OF ST. 

ALDOBRAND. T. 5 a. Rev. R. C Maturin. 

M. by Cooke. D.L., May 9, 181C. D.L., 1861. 

BERTRAND ET RATON. C Scribe, 1833. 

BERYL. P. 3 a. L. M. Baker. Lincoln 

T.R. (C.P.), October 31, 1900. 

BESIDE A CRADLE. Monol. Grace Latham. 
Willis's Rooms, April 18, 1888. 

BESIDE THE BONNIE BRIER BUSH. P. 
4 a. Jas. McArthur and Augustus Thomas. 
Adap. fr. tke novel by Ian Maclaren. Liver- 
pool, Shakespeare, April 3, 1905; St. James's, 
December 27, 1905. 

BESS. P. 3 a. Mrs. Oscar Beringer. Cape 
Town T.R., December 1891 ; Peterborough 
T.R., November 11, 1872; St. James's, June 12, 
1893. 

BESSIE. D. 1 a. E. H. Brooke. Royalty, 
May 1, 1878. 

BESSIE BELL AND MARY GRAY. M.D. 
A. Maclaren. 1808. 

BEST BIDDER, THE. F. Miles Peter An- 
drews. D.L., 1782. 

BEST HEART IN THE WORLD. Dr. sk. 2 
a. Jos. Moser. Pr. 1807. N. ac. 

BEST INTENTIONS. P. 1 a. Percy P. 
Marshall and Richard Purdon. Northampton 
O.H., December 11, 1890. 

BEST MAN, THE. F. 3 a. Ralph R. Lum- 
ley. Toole's, March 6, 1894. 

BEST MAN, THE. Oa. G. M. H. Playfair. 
M. by W. F. Winckworth. Brighton, St. Bar- 
tlipl.'s Parish H., February 21, 1898, 



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BEST MAN* WINS, THE. F. Mark Mel- 
ford. Novelty, January 27. 1890. 

BEST OF FRIENDS, THE. D. of moaern 
life. 4 a. Cecil Raleigh. D.L., September 18, 
1002. 

BEST OF HER SEX, THE. Dom. D. 4 a. 
Wm A. Armour and Robert Cheval. Bedford, 
Oountv, September 14. 1905. (C.P.); Bedford 
Colosseum, May 13, 1907; Stratford Royal, 
August 31, 190S. 

BEST MUST WIN, THE. D. 4 a. W. Wal- 
lerton and F. Gilbert. Stoclcton R., October 
23, 1902 (C.P.); Shaljespeare, December 15, 
1902. 

BEST PEOPLE, THE. C. 4 a. Mrs. Fair- 
fa.v. Globe, July 14, 1890. 

BEST PEOPLE. THE, C. 3 a. Frederick 
Lonsdale. Wyndham's, August 5. 1909. 

BEST WAY, THE. C. 1 a. Horace Wigan. 
Olympic, September 27. 186C. 
BETHELEM GABOR. P. John Burk. 
BETRAYED. D. W. G. Wills. Edinburgli 
T.R., August 18, 1873. 

BETRAYED; OR, THE VICAR'S DAUGH- 
TER. D. 5 a. Adap. fr. Oliver Goldsmith's 
The Vicar of Wakefield, by R. Mansell. Man- 
chester, Queen's, June 28, 1886. 

BETRAYED; OR, WHAT MEN CALL 
LOVE. Melo-d. 4 a. Cecil du Gufe. Dalston, 
June 12. 1905. See What Men Call Lore. 

BETRAYED BY A KISS. C. 1 a. "Jay 
Nibb " (Mr. Saintsbury). Op. C. May 5, 1891. 
BETRAYER OF HIS COUNTRY, THE. T. 
Hy. Brooke. 1741. N.p See The Earl of West- 
morland. 

BETROTHAL, THE. P. 5 a. By G. H. 
Boker. D.L., September 19, 1853. 

BETSY. C. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. Taken 
tr. the French. Criterion, August. 6, 1879. 
Rev. December 29, 1896; Wyndham's, July 17, 
1902. 
BETSY BAKER. See The Laundry Belle. 
BETSY BAKER. M. Ver. of J. M. Mor- 
ton's F. of same name. Lawrence Hanray. 
Bayswater Bijou, February 26, 1895. 

BETSY BAKER ; OR, TOO ATTENTIVE 
BY HALF. F. 1 a. John Maddison Morton. 
Princess's, November 13, 1850: D.L., March 16, 
1857. 

BETSY'S BAILIFF. Ca. Ed. Arnold Shute. 
Nuneaton Drill H., October 10, 1893. 

BETTA THE GIPSY. O. 5 a. Prest. by 
Mme. Mellor. Wds. by E. Waltyen. M. by 
Emelio Pizzi. Collins's, June 10, If^ft". 

BETTER ANGEL : OR, THE LEGACY OF 
WRONG, THE. D 2 a. Wybert Reeve. South 
Shields T.E., February 24, 1868. PI. in 4 a. 
Newcastle, Tyne T., December 5, 1870. 

BETTER-HALF, THE. Ca. 1 a. T. J. Wil- 
liams. Strand, .June 26, 1865. 

BElltTiER LAND, THE. D. 4 a. Dorothy 
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iBETTiEIR LATE THAN NEVER. P. Decker. 
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BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. C. Wm. 
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BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. C. Miles 
Peter Andrews D L., 1790. 

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. D. Edwin 
Palmer. Middlesbrough T.R., September 5, 1870. 
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. C. 2 a. F. 
C. Burnand. Royalty, June 27, 1874. 

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Ca. M. 
Seaton. Liverpool P.O.W., May 7, 1900. 

BETTER LIFE, THE. D. 4 a. Ar. Shirley 
and Sutton V.ine. Adelphi, February 5, 1900. 



BETTER LIFE, THE. P. 4 a. G. Carlton 
Wallace. Leeds R., November 10, 1904. 

BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME. CD. 3 a. 
Reginald Moore. York T.R., May 20, 1870. 

BETTER POLICY, THE. Ca. Henry Here. 
Coronet, July 16, 1900. 

BETTER SELF ; OR, THREE TEMPTA- 
TIONS. D. Prol. and 3 a. Lincoln T.R., April 
13, 1882. 

BETTER THAN GOLD. D. Sk. 3 ac. J. 
M. East and Ernest Dodson. Hammersmith 
Lyric, May 28. 1894. 

BETTING BOOK, THE. D 4 a. Sutton 
Vane. Brighton R., February 26, 1902; Pavilion, 
April 14, 1902. 

BETTING BOY'S CAREER. Victoria, 
August 16, 1852. 

BETTY. O. Donizetti. Naples, 183C; 
Gaiety, September 26, 1870. 

BETTY; OR, THE COUNTRY BUMPKINS. 
Ballad F. Henry Carey. D.L., 1738. Pr. 1743. 

BETTY MARTIN. F. A. Harris. Fr. the 
Fiench vaudeville, Le Chapeau de I'Horloyer. 
Mme. Girardin. Adelphi, March 8. 1855. 

BiETTY MARTIN. See The Clockmal-er's 
Hat. 

BETWEEN THE ACTS. Duel. G. Temple- 
man Norman. Comedy, March 22, 1898. 

BETWEEN THE DANCES. P. 1 a. H. T. 
Johnson. Avenue, October 1, 1901. 

BETWEEN THE LIGHTS. D. 4 a. Edwin 
J Lampard Bootle, December 17, 1894. 

BETWEEEN THE POSTS. Duol. 1 a. Adap. 
bv Mrs. Hugh Bell of her " L'Ind6cis." New- 
castle-on-Tyne T.R., September 9, 1887. See 
Th3 Man that Hesitates. 

BETWEEi>r TWO STOOLS. C.Oa. Louisa 
Grav. Glendower Mansions, South Kensington, 
July .30, 1886. 

BETWEEN TWO WOMEN. D. 4 a. Fredk. 
Melville. Rotherhithe, Terriss, October 27, 
1902. 

BETWIXT THE CUP AND THE LIP. Ca. 
Mrs. E. Argeat Loaergan. Hackney, Morley 
H., November 28, :896. 

BEULAH SPA- OR. T^O OF THE B'HOYS. 
F Dance. Olympic, NDvember 18, 18,33. 
BEVERLEV D. Saurin, 1748. 
BEVERLEY BOGEY, THE. P. 2 a. Mary 
Hingeston Randolph and Aveton Giffard. Bays- 
water Bijou, December 11, 1897. 

BEVERLEfS DAUGHTERS. CO. 2 a. 
Windsor T.R , November 17, 1902. CP. 

BE VIS. C 3 a. B. H. Daviee. Hay., 
April 1, 1909. 

BEWARE OF THE CENTENIER. F. Jer- 
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BEY OF BAGHDAD, THE. Burl. Ch. Carl- 
ton. Whittlese.i Pub. H. Pr. August 30, 1897. 
BEYOND. D. 3 a. Leigh R., September 29, 
1904. CP. 

BEYOND; A STUDY OF A WOMAN BY 
A WOMAN. Suggested by a character of Rene 
Maizeroy. Criterion, February 1, 1894. 

BEYOND HUMAN POWER. D. 2 a. Jessie 
Muir. Transl. fr. Norwegian of B. Bjornson. 
Royalty, November 7. 1901. 

BEYOND THE BREAKERS. D. 4 a. Sut- 
ton Vane. Grand, October 9, 1893. 

BEZSEIMENOVS, TIHlE. P. 4 ;>.. Ma.vim 
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BIANCA. T. R. Shepherd. Pr. at Oxford, 
1772. N. ac. 
BIANCA. T. Ingemann. 1817. 
BIANCA, 0. Balfe. C.G., December C, I860. 



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BIANCA CAPELLO. Y>. Trans fr. the Ger- 
man of Meissner by A. Thompson. Pr. 1796 

BIANCO CAPELLO. T.O. 4 a. A. Kan- 
degger. Brescia, 1854. 

BIANCA E FALIERO. O. Rossini. Milan, 
Decem^ber 26, 1819. 

BIANCA E FERNANDO. 0. Bellini. Naples, 
1826. 

BIANCA ORSINI. 0. Petrella. Naples, 
1874. 

BIANCA VISCONTI. T. Willis. 1843. 

BIARRITZ. M.F. Jerome K. Jerome and 
Adrian Ross. M. by F. Osmond Carr. P.O.W., 
April 11, 1896. 

BIB AND TUCKER. C. 2 a. Gaiety, 
August 14. 1873. 

BIBERPETZ, DIE. C. 4 a. G. Hauptman. 
Pr. at the Court under the title o& The 
Thieves, Mai'ch 21, 1905: St. Geo. H., Febru- 
ary 13, 1900; Gt. Queen St., April 15, 1S07. 

BIBLIOTHEKER, DER. O.C. October 20, 
1394. 

BICKERSTAFFS BURIAL ; OR, WORK FOR 
THE UPHOLDERS (sometimes called Bicher- 
staff's Burying). F. 3 a. Mrs. Centlivre. 
Ac. D.L., 1717; also at Hay. Pr. Afterwards 
rev. under title of The Custom of the Country. 

BICKERSTAFF'S UNBURIED DEAD. Moral 
D. L.I.F., 1743. Rev. as a prel. under the title 
of Live lAimber; or. The Unburied Dead at 
C.G., 1796. 

BICYCLE, THE. D. Sk. Mrs. Hugh Bell. 
Comedy, March 12, 1896. 

. BICYCLE GIRL, THE. M.C. 3 a. Chas. 
Osborne and E. M. Stuart. Add. lyrics by 
Hugh Seton. M. by Orlando Powell. Add. 
numbers by Edgar Ward and Arnold Cooke. 
Nottingham Grand, March 29, 1897. 

BID FOR FORTUNE, A. D. 4 a. Barry 
Williams. Croydon T.R., June 21, 1901; Liver- 
pool Rotunda, December 8, 1902; Greenwich 
Carlton, September 14, 1903. 

BIDDY O'NEIL ; OR, THE DAUGHTER OF 
ERIN. D. 2 a. W. H. Pitt. Britannia, 
March -29, 1869. 

BIG BANDIT, A. M. piece. 1 a. Malcolm 
Watson. M. by Walter Slaughter. St. George's 
H.. April 30, 1894. 

BIG BLUE BOWL, THE. Jap M. fantasy. 
Frank' Castles. St. George's Hall, May 29, 1888. 

BIG CLAUS AND LITTLE CLAUS, THE 
PRINCESS AND TEE SWINEHERD, AND 
THE SOLDIER AND THE TINDER-BOX. 
Fairy Tales for the Stage by Basil Hood. M. 
by Walter Slaughter. Terry's, December 23, 
J 897. 

BIG FORTUNE, A. D. 4 a. Wm. Bourne. 
Blyth T.R., May 14, 1891; Surrey, July 6, 
1891. 

BIGAMY. P. 4 a. Fred Moule. Croydon 
R., Feb. 8, 1904. 

BIGGEST SCAMP ON EARTH, THE. 
Melo-d. 4 a. F. A. Scudamore. Surrey, 
August 3, 1903. 

BIGOT, THE. P. F. C. Grove. Ealing 
Lyric H., November 19, 1890 (C.P.). 

BIJOU PERDU. Little piece. Adam. Lib. 
by Deforges. 1855. 

BIJOU RESIDENCE TO LET, A. Ca. 
Adap. fr. the French by Mdme. Van de Velde. 
Nottingham T.R., September 18, 1889. 

BILBERRY OF TILBURY. M.F.P. 3 a. 
Silvanus Dauncey and Geo. D. Day. M. by 
Guy Jones. Northampton O.H., April 18, 
1898; Brixton T., July 18, 1898; Criterion, 
August 8. 1898. 



BILIOUS ATTACK, A. F. 1 a. Arthur 
Wood. Holborn T., April 18, 1870; Sadler' .s 
Wells, April 1, 1872. 

BILKER BILK'D, THE. See Stroller's 
Packet. 

BILL ADAMS, THE HERO OF WATERLOO. 
M.P. 2 a. Herbert Shelley and Reginalil 
Bacchus. M. by Stephen Philpot. Add. num- 
bers by Mark Mason and Hermann Finck. 
Eastbourne T.R., February 26, 1903; Stoke 
Newington Ale.xandra, March 30, 1903. 

BILL BAILKY Sk. Palace T. of V. De- 
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BILL JONES. G. A. Amherst. (Died 1851.) 

BILL JONES. Kerr. Publ. by J. Dickg. 

BILL OP EXCHANGE. C. David Fisher. 
Brighton, September 18, 1879. 

BILL OF FARE ; OR, FOR FURTHER PAR- 
TICULARS ENQUIRE WITHIN, THE. F.Sk. 
1 a. Hay., June 15, 1822. 

BILL-STICKER, THE Douglas Jerrold. 
Strand. 

BILL-STICKERS BEWARE. F. P.O.W., 
Birmingham, September 20, 1875. 

BILLEE TAYLOR. Nautical CO. 2 a. Lib. 
by H. P. Stephens. M. by Edward Solomon- 

Imperial, October 30, 1S80. -See Billy Taylor. 

BILLET MASTER ; OR, THE FORGERY, 
THE. Pr. 1787. Ascr. to W. Ward. 

BILLIARDS. Sk. Pr. by Harry Tate, Man- 
chester Royal, December 23, 1007 (C.P.).; Ox- 
ford, June 22, 1908. 

BILLING AND COOING. C. 2 a. John 
Oxenford. Royalty, January 16, 1855. 

BILLY. M.C. 2 a. G. Cooper and Adrian Ro.«s. 
M. by Osmond Carr. Newcastle Tyne T., 
April 11, 1898; Stoke Newington, August 22, 
1898. 

BILLY BANTER. P. Valentine V. Fenn. 
Cardiff R., December 14, 1904. 

BILLY DOO. F. 1 a. C. Marsham Rae. 
Globe, April 20, 1874. 

BILLY ROTTERFOBDS DESCENT. Rtv. 
;ind renamed ver. of the sensational f. en 
titled Amon(j the Brigands, by H. Lascel'ts. 
Pr. Birmingham R.T., October 25, 1907; rev., 
Mai'ch 23, 1908; Hammeremith King'd, May U, 
1908. 

BILLY TAYLOR. Burl. Buckstone. Adelphi. 
November 9, 1829. 

BILLY'S LITTLE LOVE AFFAIR. C. 3 a. 
H. V. Esmond. Criterion, September 2, 1903. 

BINBIAN MINE, THE. Rom. d. 3 a. 
Adap. fr. Mrs. Campbell Praed's novel, " The 
Ladies' Gallery," by the authoress and Mr. 
Justin M'Carthy. Margate T.R., October (i, 
1888; Bristol, Prince's, November 23, 1888; 
under title of Two Friends. 

BINKS THE BAGMAN. F. 1 a. J. Stirling 
Coyne. Adelphi, February 13, 1843. 

BINKS, THE DOWNY PHOTOGRAPHER. 
M. absurdity. 1 a. Strand, October 17, 1S93. 

BIORN. O. 5 a. Lib. by Frank Marshal!. 
M. by Lauro Rossi. Queen's, January 17, 1877. 

BIRD AT THE NECK, THE. P. ] a. 
•'X. L." Portsmouth R., March 9, 190.3; 
Hammersmith, King's, March 22, 1905. 

BIRD IN A CAGE, THE. C. James Shir- 
ley. Ac. at Phoenix, D.L., 1633. Pr. 1633. 

BIRD TN THE BUSH. P. 1 a. May C. 
Henry. Publ. by S .French, Ltd. 

BIRD IN THE HAND WORTH TWO IN 
THE BUSH, A. P. 3 a. Fredk. Phillips. 
Surrey, January 19, 1857; Globe, September, 
1878. 



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BIRD OF PAKADISK. F. Adap. fi. the 
French by Alfred Thompson. Gaiety, June 
26, 1869. 

BIRD OF PASSAGE. B. Webster. F. 1 a 
Hay., September 10, 1849. 

BIRD'S NEST, THE. P. 1 a. Frank Lindo. 
Fulham Grand, July 11, 1898. 

BIRDCAGE WALK. F. H. Leigh Bennett 
and A. B. Tapping. Hove Town H., April 20, 
1892. 

BIRDS, THE. C. B.C. 409. Aristophanes. 
Transl. by Mitchell, 1820-22; Carey, 1824; 
Hickie, 1853; Rudd, 1867; rev. at Cambridge, 
November 24, 1903. See " Greek Plays." 

BIRDS IN THEIR LITTLE NESTS AGREE. 
F. 1 a. Marsham Rae. Hay., November 13, 
1876. 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER. M. by J. More- 
head. 1796. 

BIRDS OF ARISTOPHANES, THE. Piece. 
1 a. J. R. Planch^ Hay., April 13, 1846. 

BIRDS OF PREY. Oa. M. by — Cross. 
Lib. by — Hawkins. Huddersfleld, Victoria H., 
April 8, 1884. 

BIRDS OF PREY; OR, A DUEL IN THE 
DARK. D. 3 a. T. W. Robertson. 

BIRDS OF PREY. See The Month of the 
Pit. 

BIRON'S CONSPIRACIE. T. Chapman. 
1604. . 

BIRON'S TRAGEDY. T. Chapman. 1605. 

BIRTH. C. 3 a. T. W. Robertson. Bristol, 
New T.R., October 5, 1870. 

BIRTH AND BREEDING. C. Adap. fr. the 
German by Jerome K. Jerome. Edinburgh 
T.R., September 18, 1890 (c.p.). 

BIRTH OF BEAUTY; OR, HARLEQUIN 
WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. Extrav. Wm. 
Akhurst. Sanger's, December 26, 1872. 

BIRTH OF HERCULES, THE. Masque. 
Wm. Shirley. M. by Dr. Arne. Intended for 
representation at C.G., 1763. Pr. 1765. 

BIRTH OF JUPITER. Olivari, 1797. Transl. 
fr. Metastasio. 

BIRTH OF MERLIN ; OR, THE CHILD HAS 
LOST A FATHER (or, The Child Hath Found 
His Father). T.C. Wm. Rowley and Wm. 
Shakespeare. Publ. 1662. 

BIRTHDAY, THE. Ent. 3 a. Mrs. Penny. 
Pr. 1771. 

BIRTHDAY, THE. C. 3 a. T. Dibdin. 
C.G. Pr. 1799. An alt. fr. a D. of 
Kotzebue's called Fraternal Enmity. D.L., 
January 17, 1815. 

BIRTHDAY, THE. Div. November 17, 1828. 

BIRTHDAY, THE. C. 1 a. Geo. Bancroft. 
Court, December 8, 1894. 

BIRTHDAY; OR, ARCADIAN CONTEST, 
THE. M. past. Royalty. Songs pr. 1787. 

BIRTHDAY ; OR, THE PRINCE OF ARRA- 
GON, THE. Dr. piece with songs, by J. 
O'Keefe. Hay., Augu.st 12, 1783. Pr. 1783. 

BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE, A. Int. Richard 
Bickelmore. Brighton, August 12, 1805. N.p. 

BIRTHDAYS, THE. CD. 3 a. Geo. Roberts. 
Newcastle T.R., February 20, 1883. 

BIRTHPLACE OF PODGERS, THE. Dom. 
6k. 1 a. John Hollingshead. Lyceum, March 
10, 1858. 

BIRTH-NIGHT; OR, MODERN FRENCH 
REFORMATION, THE. CO. 3 a. Pr. 1796. 

BIRTHRIGHT; OR, THE BRIGAND'S RAN- 
SOM. D. 4 a. John Douglass. Huddersfleld 
T.R., June 1, 1894. Hammersmith, Lyric, May 
81, 1897. 



BISHOP, THE. Afterwards called Martha. 
F.C 3 a. Wilford F. Field. Tottenham. Octo- 
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BISHOP OF THE FLEET, THE. Rom. D. 
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lot. Scarboro' Londesboro' T., December 26, 
1889. 

BISHOPS CANDLESTICKS, THE. P. 1 a. 
Norman MoKinnell. K. on well-known incident 
in Victor Hugo's Les Miserable^. D. of York's, 
August 24, 1901; rev. Kingsway, December 20, 
1907. 

BISHOP'S EYE, THE. P. 3 a. Clo Graves. 
Vaudeville, February 22, 1900. 

BISHOP'S MOVE, THE. C 3 a. J. 01. 
Hobbes and Murray Carson. Garrick, June 7, 
1902, and July 13, 1903. 

BIT OF DRAPERY. A. Ca. Preston Hope. 
Camberwell Metro., August 30, 1897. 

BIT OF FUN. A. Sk. Argyll Saxby. Fins- 
bury Pk. H., March 14, 1898. 

BIT OF HUMAN NATURE, A. D. 1 a. 
Mrs. Geo. Corbett. Terry's, June 27, 1899. 

BIT OF OLD CHELSEA, A. P. 1 a. Mrs. 
Oscar Beringer. Court, February 8, 1897 ; 
Royalty, October 5, 1897; Avenue, January 6, 
1898. 

BIT OF OLD WORCESTER, A. C. 1 a. 
John Porter. Friern Barnet Parish Room. 
April 24, 1900. 

BITER, THE. C. 3 a. Nichs Rowe. L.I.F. 
Pr. 1705. 

BITTER COLD. D. 2 a. W. S. Foote. Ac 

BITTER COLD. Alfred Coates. 

BITTER COLD. D. 2 a. Marylebone. Jam; 
ary 25, 1868. 

BITTER FRUIT. D. 3 a. A. W. Dubourg. 
Liverpool Alex., October 6, 1873. 

BITTER LESSON, A. P. 1 a. J. R. Harris 
Burnland and Alec Weatherly. Lyric, May 15, 
1898; Brighton T.R., June 1. 1896. 

BITTER LOVE, A. D. 3 a. Ellen Lancaster 
Wallis and J. W. Boulding. Edinboro' Lyceum. 
October 19, 1883, (under title For Wife and 
State), Belfast T.R., October 21, 1884. 

BITTER RECKONING, THE; OR. A 
ROVER FROM MANY LANDS. D. 3 a. C H. 
Hazlewood. Britannia, June 19, 1871. 

BITTER SEA, THE. Rom. P. 2 a! Her- 
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BITTER SWEET. Rom. 1 a. C S. Kitts. 
Bristol T.R., October 29, 1895. C.P. 

BITTER SWEETS: A STORY OF THE 
FOOTLIGHTS. CD. Alfred Parry. Cam- 
bridge T.R., August 8, 1878; Oxford T.R., 
January 13, 1880. 

BITTER WRONG; OR, A WIFE IN ENG- 
LAND NO WIFE IN FRANCE. Dom. D. 5 a. 
and 7 tab. Geo. Lander and John Douglass. 
Standard, April 14, 1884. 

BIZZARRIE D' AMORE, iLE. O. Raimondl. 
Genoa, 1907. 

BL.4CK AGAINST WHITE. " Sporting and 
dr. sk." 1 scene. Worland S. Wheeler. Para- 
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BLACK AND WHITE. D. 3 a. Wilkie Col- 
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BLACK ANO WHITE. M.F.C 3a. Mark 
Melford anJ W. Sapte, jun. ; H. Cottesmore 
and H. Trevor. M. by John Crook. Southamp- 
ton, P.O.W., December 27, 1897. Kingston, 
R. County. February 21, 1808; Clapham, Shake- 
speare, August 1, 1898. 



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BLACK BALL, 'IdE CD. 4 a. Fled 
D'Arcy. Bristol T.R., October 26, 1895. (C.P.) 

BLACK BATMAN OF THE NORTH. P. Ac. 

1598. Ascribed to Henry Cliettle. Second Part 
of same piece acted 1598, when Chettle was 
assisted by Robert Wilson. 

BLACK BEARD; OR, THE CAPTIVE 
PRINCESS, THE. B.P. by J. C. Cross. Royal 
Circus. Published 1809. 

BLACK BISHOP, THE. Dom. D. 4 a. Barry 
Williams. T.R., Kidderminster, April 14, IhDB; 
Bilston T.R., October 7, 1808; Stratford T.R., 
June IS, 1900. 

BLACK BOARDER, THE. F. Horace John 
stcne. Kilburn T.R., May 17, 1S97. 

BLACK BOOK, THE. D. 3 a. J. P. Simp- 
son. D.L., February 2, 1857. 

BLACK BUSINESS, A. Melo-d. Arthur 
Matthison. Huddersfield T.R., August 19,1878; 
Newark T.R., February 6, 1879. 

BLACK BUT COMELY. D., f. on Whyte- 
Melville's story, by Miss Stephanie Forrester. 
Gaiety, September 16, 1882. 

BLACK C.5i:SAR. D. Queen's T., 1832. 

BLACK CAT, THE. (See Eastward Ho!) 
Oriental burl. Lib. by C. M. Rodney. M. by 
C E. Howells. Walsall, St. George's T., July 
31, 1893; Eleph and C, August 14, 1893. 

BLACK CAT, THE. P 3 a. John Tod- 
hunter. Op. C, December 8, 1893. (Indepen- 
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BLACK COTTAGE, THE. P. 1 a. David 

Kimball. Dr. ver. of Wilkie Collins'ii story of 
same name. Court, March 3, 1909. (Amat.) 

BLACK COTTAGE, THE. P. 1 a. Fd. on 
Wilkie CoUins's novel. Terry's, May 23, 1909. 

BLACK CROOK, THE. Op. bo. 4 a. J. and 
H. Paultou. Alhambra, December 23, 1S72 ; 
Liverpool Amphitheatre, May, 1875. 

BLACK DEVIL, THE. Sk. Transl. by Lau- 
derdale Maitland fr. the Italian. Hammer- 
smith Palace, August 31, 1908. 

BLACK DEVIL, THE. T. epiiS. Cajlo 
Broggi. Transl. by Herbert Dausey. Pr. by 
the Argonauts. Reheai'sal W.C., November 13, 
1008 (mat.). 

BLACK DIAMONDS; OR, THE LIGHTS 
AND SHADOWS OF PIT LIFE. D. 5 a. Louis 
S. Denbigh and Fenton Mackay. Southend 
Alexandra, teptember 30, 1890; W'est Hartle- 
pool Gaiety, January 15, 1891; Surrey, July 11, 
1892. 

BLACK DOCTOR, THE. D. 5 a. Transl. 
from Le Docteur Xoir of Anicet-Bourgeois and 
Diimanoir by T. V. Bridgeman. Porte Sainte 
Martin T., July 30, 1846; City of Lon., Novem- 
ber 9, 1846. 

BLACK DOG OF NEWGATE, THE. P. 
Richd. Hathwaye, assisted by John Day and 
W. Smith. Ac. }''0'2. S'^cojid [lart prod, same 
year, when a fourth author (unknown) assisted. 

BLACK DOMINO. Burla. 1 a. C. Mathews. 
January 18, 183S. 

BLACK DO.MINO. Op. C. An English ver. 
of Scribe's Le Bcinino Noir (1837). 1841. 

BLACK DOMINO. CO. 3 a. H. F. Chor- 
ley. M. by Auber. C.G., February 20, 1861. 

BLACK DOMINO, THE. D. 5 a. Geo. R. 
Sims and Robert Buchanan. Adelphi, April 1, 
1893 

BLACK DOMINO; OR, THE MASKED 
BALL, THE. CD. 3 a. Adapted fr. the 
French by T. E. Wilks. Sadler's Wells, Feb- 
ruary 6, 1839. 



BLACK DOVE, A. Study. 1 a. E. and H. 
Gordon-Clid'ord. Kew, Prince's U., September 
12, 1894. 

BLACK DWARF, THE. Rom. Melo-d. See 
The Wizard. 

BLACK EDITOR, THE. F. 0. J. Wendlant. 

BLACK-EVED SUSAN; OR, ALL IN THE 
DOWNS. D. 2 a. Douglas Jerrold. Surrey, 
June 8, 1829; City T., 1831; rev. Sadler'* 
Wells, 1866; rev. Adelphi, December 23, 1896; 
rev. ver. by Oswald Brand, in 3 e.. Grand, 
September 19, 1904 

BLACK-EY'D SUSAN. New ver. of D. Jer- 
rold's P. by Roy Redgrave. Dover Tivoli, May 
7, 1898. 

BLACK-EY'D SUSAN. See All in the 
Doicns, Blue-Eyed Susan. 

BLACK-EY'D SUSAN; OR, THE LITTLE 
BILL THAT WAS TAKEN UP. Burl. F. C 
Burnand. New Royalty, November 29, 1866 ; 
rev. March 3, 1870. 

BLACK FLAG ; OR, ESCAPED FROM PORT- 
LAND. D. 4 a. Henry Pettitt. Grecian, May 

9, 1879; Olympic, March 7, 1892. 

BLACK HAND; OR, THE DERVISE AND 
THE PERI, THE. D. spec. Adelphi, October 

10, 1834. 

BLACK HAWKS; OR, THE WILD CAULI- 
FLOWER OF THE SAUSOMONE. Birmingham 
Queen's, October 30. 1893. 

BLACK HEART; OR, THE HYPNOTIST, A. 
D. 3 a. Bernard Copping. Hastings Pav. 
Pier, November 24, 1902. 

BLACK HEARTS; OR, THE KING OF 

DARKNESS. D. 3 a. E. Towers. New East 
London, May 30, 1868. 

BLACK HORSE, THE. P. Fletcher. Before 
1620. See Palaemon and Arcyte. 

BLACK HUGH, THE OUTLAW. D. 2 a. 

W. Rogers. New York, 1836. Surrey. 

BLACK JOUNE. P. Mentioned by Hens- 
lowe as belonging to the stock of the Rose T. 
Circa March, 1508. 

BLACK KNIGHT OF ASHTON, THE. D. 
Butler Stanhope. Stalybridge People's H., 
March 30, 1874. 

BLACK L.ADY, THE. P. Ac. by Lady 
Elizabeth's servants. May 10, 1622. 

BLACK MAIL. D. 4 a. "Watts Phillips. 
Grecian, October 16, 1880. 

BLACK MAIL. CD. 4 a. Alt. to 3 a. 
G. H. Roque and Dr. G. H. R. Dabbs. Shank- 
lin. Lit. Inst., September 3, 1887; Criterion, 
October 17, 18SS. 

BLACK MAIL. See Blackmail. 

BLACK MAN, THE. Int. attrib. to Cox. 
Pr. 1659. 

BLACK MARK, A. P. 1 a. G. Gugglsberg. 
Worthmg Royal, December 9, 1907. 

BLACK MASK, THE. D. Prol. and 3 a. F. 
Marriot Watson. Manchester St. James's T., 
July 31, 1S99; Stratford T.R., December 29, 
1902. 

BLACK PRINCE, THE. T. Roger Bovle, 
Earl of Orrery. Duke of York's T., October 
19, 1667. Pr. 1669. 

BLACK PRINCE, THE. Op. bo. 3 a. H. B. 
Farnie. M. by Lecocq. St. James's, October 
24, 1874. 

BLACK PRINCE. THE. M.P. 3 a. Norman 
Bernard Pase. Nottingham Mechanics' H., 
June 29, 1903. 

BLACK ROVER. THE. Melo-d. 0. 3 a. 
Wr. and comp. by Luscombe Searelle. Globe, 
September 23, 1890. 



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BLACK SHEEP. C. 3 a. J. Stirling Coyne. 
Hay., April 22, 1861. 

BLACK SHEEP. D. 3 a., f. on Edmund 
Yates' novel and arr. by J. Palgrave Simpson 
and the author. Olympic, April 25, 1868. 

BLACK SHEEP, THE. Panto, pastoral. 
Ai'dre Raffalovich. M. by Cotsford Dick. 
Albert H. West T., April 17, 1894. 

BLACK SHEEP, THE. Sk. Brixton Em- 
press, May 10, 1909. 

BLACK SPIRITS AND WHITE. P. T. Dib- 
dii. Sadler's Wells, 1826. 

BLACK SQUIRE, THE. CO. 3 a. H. Pot- 
tinger Stephens. M. by Florian Pascal. Tor- 
quay T.R. and O.H., November 5, 1896. 

BLACK TOWER OP LONDON; OR, A FOS- 
'JEH-BROTHER'S REVENGE. THE. D. Cecil 
Pitt. Britannia, September 22, 1869. 

BLACK TULIP, THE. P. 5 a. Drawn by 
Sydney Grundy. P. Ale.x. Dumas' La TiUi'pe. 
Noire. Hay., October 28, 1899. 

BLACK VAMPIRE, THE. D. 5 a. C. A. 
Clarke and Harry Spiers. Manchester St. 
James's, April 9, 1900; Britannia, September 
10, 1900. 

BLACK VUXTURE, THE. D. G. H. B. 
Rodwcll. Adelphi, October, 1830. 

BLACK WEDDING, THE. Entered at Sta- 
tioners' Co., November 29, 1653. 

BLACKAMOOR WASH'D WHITE, THE. 
CO. Henry Bate. D.L., 1776. Songs only pr. 

BLACKAMOORS HEAD. I'. D.L., May 16, 
1818. 

BLACKBERRIES. M.C. 1 a. Mark Mel- 
ford. Liverpool P.O.W., June 14, 1886; Comedy, 
July 31, 1880. 

BLACKBIRDING. D. C H. Hazlewood. 
Britannia, September 3, 1S73. 

BL.VCKFRIARlS' iVASQUE, THE. A nia.-^qUe 
of the seventeenth century. 

BLACKLEG, THE. D. 5 a. Butler Stan- 
hope. Birkenhead T.R., October 18. 1886." 

BLACKMAIL. D. 3 a. Herbert J. Stanley. 
Adelphi, Liverpool, A]iril 27, 1896. Sec BUnh 
Mail. 

• BLACKMAILER, THE. Irish-American d. 
Nellie Whitbread. Dublin Queen's, January 
9,- 1905. 

BLACKMAILERS, THE. P. 4 a. John 
Gray and Andre Raffalovich. P.O.W., June 7, 
1894. 

■ BLACKMAILERS, THE. CD. 3 a. Forbes 
Dawson. Wigan T.R., May 15, 1901 (C.P.). 

BLAOKlMALLERS, the. D. 3 a Mrs. T. 
P. O'Connor -and H. Hendcrcon Bland. Kiut;- 
fiton R.C., October 19. 1908. 

BLACKNESS. C Jonson. 1616. 

BLACKSMITH, THE. M.F. 1 a. W. Col- 
lier. Victoria, January, 1834. 

BLACKSMITH, THE. Irish d. Fred Maeder. 
H.M.T., Carlisle, January 30, 1892. 

BLACKSMITH OF ANTWERP, THE. F. 
OKeefe. C.G., 1785. Pr. 1789. 

BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTER, THE. An old 
p. mentioned in Gosson'a School of Abune. 
l.')70. N.J>. 

BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTER, THE. Dom, 
c. 1 a. Arnold Goldsworthy and E. B. Nor- 
man. Op.C, October 16, 1888. 

BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTER, THE. Melo-d. 
4 a. Thos. Naden. Bilston T.R., September 
8, 1893. 

BLACKSMITH'S DREAM. THE. Scena. 
Norwich R., January 7, 1905 (C.P.). 

BLADE BONE, THE. Int. Haymarket, 
August 20, 1788. Not repeated. N.p. 



BL.\DUD; OR, THE SWELL AND THE 
SWINBHEAD. CO. 2 a. E. Fogg and S. 
Pool. (M. by D. L. C. Thomas and C Wright. 
Bath R.T., April 11, 1908. 

BLAISE LE SAVETIER. CO. F. A. Phili- 
doj-. (Hi.s. flr.st CO.) 1759. 

BLANCHARD DIAMONDS, THE. P. 4 a. 
G. Harcard Pierson and Robert P. Oglesby. 
Sunderland Avenue, November 8, 1904; Hull, 
Grand, February 13, 1905. 

BLANCHE. C 3 a. Arthur Sketchley. 
Liverpool Alexandra, March 14, 1870. 

BLANCHE DE MALETROIT. P. 1 a. A. 
E. W. Mason. F. on story by R. S. Steven- 
son. Ladbroke H., June 30, 1894. 

BLANCHE DE VALMY. D. W. B. Ber- 
nard. Princess's, 1845. 

BLANCHE FARREAU. D. W. Calvert. 
Adap. fr. Charles Gibbon's novel, " For the 
King." Afterwards known as "Life and 
Honour." Liverpool T.R., October 6, 1890. 

BLANCHE HERIOT; OR, THE CHERTSEY 
CURFEW. Dom. and hist. d. 2 a. Albert 
Smith. Surrey, September 2C, 1842. 

BLANCHE OF JERSEY. D. 2 a. R. B. 
Peake. Lyceum, August 9, 1837. 

BLANCHE OF NAVARRE. P. 5 a. G. P. R. 
James. New York, 1839. 

BLANCHE OF NEVERS. 0. Balfe. C.G., 
November 21, 1863. 

BLANCHE WESTGARTH : OR, THE NEME- 
SIS OF CRIME. D. 3 a. Templeton Lucas. 
Grecian, March 6, 1871. 

BLANCHETTE P. 3 a. M. Brieu.x, transl. 
by J. T. Grain and M. L. Churchill and Miss 
Martia Leonard. Albert H., West T., Decem- 
ber 8, 1898; Court, May 24, 1901; Royalty, 
March 1. 1907. 

BL.VNK CHEQUE, A. Sk. W. J. Locke. 
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BL.\RNEY. D. Auguste Creamer. Newcastle 
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BLARNEY. F. J. D. Logue. Norwich T.R., 
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BLAZING BURGEE. Burl. 1 a. T. G. 
Bowles. Publ. by iS. French, Ltd.. 

BLAZING COMET; THE MAD LOVERS; 
OR, THE BEAUTIES OF THE POETS, THE. 
P. Samuel Johnson. Hay. Pr. 1732. 

BLAZING WORLD, THE. C in two parts 
(unfinished). Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle. 
1608, 1674. 

BLEAK HOUSE. D 3 a. J. P. Burnett. 
Li\erpool P.O.W., November 8, 1875. 

BLEAK HOUSE. Adap. of Dickenss story, 
by J. Stillwell and W. Benson. Margate 
T.R., November 26, 1903. 

BLEAK HOUSE. D. Geo. Lander. Pavilion, 
March 25, 18/6. 

BLEAK HOUSE. See Ju. Ltidi/ ne(l(lloc^■^t' 
Scrrpf, Move Oyi. 

BLEAK HOUSE: OR, EVENTS IN THE 
LIFE OF JO. P. 5 a. Oswald Brand. Adap. 
fr. Dickens. Islington Grand, June ], 1903. 

BLEAK HOUSE; OR, POOR JO. D. Eli/a 
Thcrne. Sheffield, Alexandra O.H., April 2,s, 
1876. 

BLEEDING AND DYING JESU, THE. 
Orat. Keiser. 1673-1730. 

BLESSINGS OF BALAAM, THE. P. 1 a. 
Mrs. St. Clair Stobart. St. James's, June 4, 
1909. Mat. 

BLESSINGS OF P*** AND A SCOTCH 
EXCISE; OR, THE HUMBUG RESIGNATION, 
THE. F. Ac. at the New T. in S— A— y Street. 
Pr. 1763. 



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BLETCHINGTON HOUSE. Hist. d. 3a. H. 
T. Craven. C. of Lon., April 20, 184G. 

BLIGHTED BACHELORS. F.C. and Burl. 
Llewellyn Williams. Derby Corn Exchange T., 
August 29, 1S81. 

BLIGHTED BACHELORS, THE. Extrav. 
kelson Lee. Liverpool T.R., March 29, 1875. 

BLIGHTED BEING, A. F. la. Adap. fr. 

the French vaudeville, Vne Existence Be- 
coloree, by Tom Taylor. Olympic, October 10, 
1SJ4. 

BLIND. D. la. Mr. Edmund Maurice. 
Adap. fr. the Er. Aveugle of Messrs. Chas 
Hellem and Pol d'Estoc. New Cross Empire. 
April 27, 1908. 

BLIND BARGAIN; OR, HEAR IT OUT, 
THE. C. 5a. Fredk. Reynolds. C.G., October 
24, 1804. 

BLIND BEGGAR OF ALEXANDRIA, THE. 
C. Neither divided into acts or scenes. Geo. 
Chapman. Ac. circ. 1596. Pr. 1598. 

BLIND BEGGAR OF BETHNAL GREEN; 
THE. Ballad F. Robt. Dodesley. D.L., 1739. 
Pr. 1741. 

BLIND BEGGAR OF BETHNAL GREEN, 
WITH THE MERRY HUMOUR OF TOM 
STRAND, THE NORFOLK YEOMAN. THE. 
C. John Day. Ac. by Prince's servants. Prod. 

1600. Second Part by Haughton and Day. Ac. 

1601. A Third Part by same authors in 1601. 
BLIND BEGGAR OF BETHNAL GRIiEN, 

THE. H . M. Mihier, author of Frankenstein. 

BLIND BEGGAR OF BETHNAL GREEN. 
See Beggar of Bethnal Green. 

BLIND BEGGARS, THE. Mus. D. Possibly 
by W. B. Hewitson. C.G. Pr, 1808. 

BLIND BEGGARS, THE. See The Two 
Blinds. 

BLIND BEGGARS OF BURUNGTON 
BiRIDGiE. Arthur Clements and J. Malone. 
Liverpool, 186-. 

BLIND BOY, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. Jas. tven- 
ney. M. by Davy. C.G., December 1, 1807, 
Lyceum, August 17, 1818. 

BLIND EAT MANY A FLY, THE. P. Thos. 
Heywood. Ac. 1G02. N.p. 

BLIND FOUNDLING, THE. D. C. H. 
Phelps. Birkenhead T.R., December 18, 1899; 
Greenwich Carlton, April 15, 1901. 

BLIND GIRL; OR, A RECEIPT FOR 
BEAUTY, THE. CO. Thos. Morton. C.G., 
April 22, 1801. Songs pr. 1801. 

BLIND GIRL'S FORTUNE, THE. D. A 
version of The Two Orphans. East London, 
November 21, 1874. 

BLIND HEARTS. D. 4 a. Charles Collins. 
Birmingham T.R., December 17, 1877. 

BLIND JEALOUSY. P. 1 a. W^ O. Waud. 
Ladbroke H., January 21, 1904. 

BLIND JUSTICE. D. Prol. and 3 a. E. C. 
Bertrand. Wolverhampton T.R., September 23, 
1886; Standard, April 11, 1887. 

BLIND JUSTICE. Dr. Epis. R. Culluin and 
II. E. Gaiden. Met., May 3, 1909. 

BLIND LADY, THE. C. Sir Robert How- 
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BLIND LOVE, Ca. la. Geo. Robert?. 

BLIND LOVE. Sk. W. A. Tremavne and 
W. S. Hartford. Middlese.x, June 28, 1909. 

BLIND MARRIAGE, A. P. 4 a. Francis 
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BLIND MUSICIAN, THE. Sk. John Jack- 
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BLIND SINGER, THE. D. 3 a. Dr. Geo. 
H. R. DABBS. Comedy. April 22, 1898. 



BLIND SISTER, THE. D. 4 a. Paul Meritt 
and Geo. Conquest. Grecian, October 26, 1874 

BLIND SPINSTER, A. F. 1 a. Fred Lloyd 
Belfast Empire, May 16, 1903. 

BLIND WITNESS, THE. D. 4 a. J. S. 
Blythe. Margate Grand, Marcli 6, 1899; Claii- 
ham Shakespeare, March 13, 1899. 

BLIND VV1TNE.SS OF ABEUDARE, THE 
D-^., ^ierthyr Tydfll Cambrian T., February 5, 

BLIND WOMAN OF SPA, THE. C Transl 
from the French of Mdme. Genlis. Pr 1781 

BLINDNESS AMONGST ENEMIES. D 
I.R., Paisley. February 25, 1878. 

BLOBB'S HOLIDAY. F. Charles Crozier. 
Marylebone, April 18, 1892. 

BLOCKHEADS; OR, THE FORTUNATK 
CONTRACTOR, THE. Op. as performed ^^ 
New York. Pr. 1783. 

BLODWIN. 0. Dr. Joseph Parry. Swansea 
Music Hall, Juno 20, 1878. 

BLONDIN ON THE TIGHT-ROPE. F Aber- 
deen, H.M.O.H., February 5, 1873 

BLOODHOUND OF THE LAW, A. i.'dod 
4 a Thomas Raceward. Peckham Crown' 
March 24, 1902. 

BLOODY BANQUET. THE. T. Ascribed to 

hv°p t^.'^'n^'"- Ac. T.K. Pp. 1620. Some say 
by Robt. Davenport. 

BLOODY BROTHER; OR, ROLLO DUKF 

OF NORMANDY the'. T.' Beaumonrand 

if^*'^,'^-., See r/;e Three Merry Bu>„. Ac 

.^.-.lol^'^h ^i ^* Hampton Court, January 

24, 1037. See RoUo Duke, etc. 

BLOODY DUKE; OR, THE ADVENTURES 
FOR A CROWN. THE. T.C. Ac. at c3urt of 
1690 ° ^^ persons of great quality. Pr. 

BLOODY PLOT DISCOVERED, A T \«- 

cribed to a Mr. Ball, probably the author' of 
I he Beautiful ArTAenia. Pr. 1780 

Frv°T-«l^ COSTUME ; OR, THE FIGURE OF 

ber 1851 ^"'''°^- ^^'^""^^ ^^P*^"^- 

n?v^^^^¥^^'' OR. THE FOLLIES OF THE 
Y;1T,;. X ^J^- Nightingale and C. Milward. 
Adelphi, October, 1851. 

nP^??>^P,.^^T„9F CHURNINGTON GREEN; 
OR, LOVE, RIVALRY, AND REVENGE, THE. 
Burl. d. 1 a. Francis Radcliffe Hoskins. 

BLOT ON THE 'SCUTCHEON, A. D. 3 a. 
Robert Browning. D.L., February 11, 1843. 
15^^1888' °^'°'°° Society, Olympic, March 

BLOTTED OUT. CD. 3 a. David James, 
jun. Wigan T.R.. August 11, 1884. 

BLOW FOR BLOW. D. Pro. and 3 a. H. 
J. Byron. Holborn, September 5, 1868. 

BLOW IN THE DARK, THE. Ca. 1 a. 
ihompsoh Townsend. Surrey, 1855. 

BLOWER JONES. F. 1 a. Sadler's Wells. 
February 28. 1881. 

BLOWER JONES. See Jtlon A-Side. 

BLUE AND BUFF: OR. THE GREAT MUD- 
DLi:,BOROUGH ELECTION. CO. Lib. by E V 
Ward. M. by Wm. L. Frost. Liverpool Bijou 
O.H.. January 24, 1880; Hay., September .5, 
1881. 

BLUE BEARD. First dramatised at Paris 
in 1746. 

BLUE BEARD. M. spec. Colman. M. by 
Kelly. 1798. 

BLUE BEARD. Burl. ] a. J. R. Planche 
and Charles Dance. Olympic, January 1, 1839. 



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BLUE BEARD. CO. Sedaiue, 1797; M. by 
Gr^try. 1866. 

BLUE BEARD. Op. bo. Offenbach. 1868. 

BLUE BEARD. O. 4 a. W. S. North. M. 
by J. M'Cullum. Dublin, Nat. Childr. Hosp., 
January 13, 1894. 

BLUE BEARD: OR. FEMALE CURIOSITY. 
Dr. rom. Geo. Cohnan, jun. D.L. Pr. 1798. 
D.L., May 27, 1831. 

BLUE BEARD ; OR, THE FLIGHT OF HAR- 
LEQUIN. Pant. C.G., 1791. 

BLUE BEARD; OR, THE HAZARD OF THE 
DYE. Burl. D. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. Gaiety, 
March 12. 1883. 

BLUE BEARD; OR, THE LOVES OF SELIM 
AND FATIMA. Burl. H. J. Arden. Crystal 
Palace, March 29, 18(i9. Under the title of Blue 
Beard, the Great Bashaic ; or. The Loves of 
Selim and Fatima, Crystal Palace, April 14, 
1873. 

BLUE BEARD AND FAT EMMA ; OR, THE 
OLD MAN WHO CRIED HEADS. Burl. Frank 
Green. North Woolwich Gdns., June 18, 1877. 

BLUE BEARD AND SON. Burl. Bath T.R., 
March, 1883. 

BLUE BEARD FROM A NEW POINT OF 
HUE. H. J. Byron. Adelphi, December 2(3, 
1860. 

BLUE BEARD IN A BLACK SKIN. Operatic 
absurdity. Morton Williams. Norwich T.R., 
June 7, 1875. 

BLUE BEARD RE-PAIRED. O. extrav. 1 a. 
Adap. Ir. the French of Henri Meilhac and 
Ludovic Halevy. H. Bellingham. Olympic, 
June 2, 1866. 

BLUE BEARD RE-TRIMMED. Burl. Park, 
July 9, 1877. 

BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND, THE. CD. 
5 a. Robert Buchanan; partly taken fr. th^ 
same author's prose romance, " A Child of 
Nature." Novelty, September 12, 1887. 

BLUE BOAR, THE. F. 3 a. Louis N. Par- 
ker and Murray Carson- Liverpool Court, 
August 31, 1894 ; Terry's, March 23, 1895. 

BLUE BONNETS. 3 a. T. A. Palmer. 

BLUE DAHLIA, THE. Ca. 1 a. Adap. by 
Hallewell Suttcliff and Hubert Bartlett fr. the 
former's storv, " The Descent of Regmald 
Hampton." Devouport Metropole, October 27, 
1898. 

BLUE DEVILS. F. 1 a. Geo. Colman the 
vounger, fr. the French of M. Patrat. C.G., 
April 24, 1798. Pr. 1808. Lyceum, June 4, 
1819. 

BLUE-EYED SUSAN. CO. 3 a. F. on 
Doui:ias Jerrold's drama, Black-Eyed Susan. 
Lih. by Geo. R. Sims and Henry Pettitt. M. by 
F. Osmond Carr. P.O.W., February 6, 1892. 

BLUE-EYED WITCH; OR, NOT A FRIEND 
IN THE WORLD, THE. D. 3 a. C H. 
Hazlewood. Britannia, June IC, 1869. 

BLUE-FACED BABOON, THE. Ad'ii.Min. 
Pub. by J. Dicke. 

BLUE GERANIUM, THE. C 3 a. Wilfrid 
Thorneley and Cory ton Day. Winclimore Hill 
H., November 15, 1905. 

BLUE JEANS. American d. 4 a. Joseph 
Arthur. Northampton O.H., February 14, 1898; 
Clapham Shakespeare, February 28, 1898. 

BLUE-LEGGED LADY, THE. F. W. J. HUl. 
Court, March 4, 1874. 

BLUE MONKEY, THE. M.F. 2 a. Bk. by 
Walter R. Flint. M. by H. Wilkinson, A. Tag- 
t;art and others. Brichton I'al. Vici, .Inly 22. 
1907. 



BLUE MOON, THE. M.P. 2 a. Harold 
Ellis and Percy Greenbank. M. by hfwaid 
Talbot and Paul Rubens. Northampton O.H., 
February 29, 1904; Kingston-on-Thames, 
County, March 14, 1904 ; Lyric, August 28, 1905. 

BLUE OR GREEN. Ca. Mrs. Hugh Bell. 
Comedy, March 12, 1896. 

BLUE RIBBONS. F. 3 a. Walter Browne 
and J. E. Soden. Gaiety,. May 11, 1887. 

BLUE RIVER VALLEY. Sk. Greenwich 
Barnard's M.H., December 19, 1904. 

BLUEBELL-IN-FAIRYLAND. M.D.P. 2 a. 
Seymour Hicks. M. by Walter Slaughter. 
Vaudeville, December 18, 1901. Rev. ver. Ald- 
wych, December 23, 1905. 

BLUEBOTTLE, THE. Exmouth Pub. H., 
January 18, 1909. 

BLUEJACKETS; OR, HER MAJESTY'S 
SERVICE, THE. F. 1 a. Edward Stirling. 
Adelphi, October 15, 1838. 

BLUFF. F.Sk. St. Albans County Hall, April 
6, 1899. 

BLUFF AND BUNKUM. Sk. P. Martin. 
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BLUFF KING HAL. Op. bo. 3 a. Lib. C 
O'Neil. M. by G. Richardson. Cheltenham 
T R., April 10, 1877. 

BLUFF KINQ HAL. Pant. Frank Hall. 
Sadler's Wells, December 26, 1887. 

BLUFF KING HAL; OR, THE FIELD OF 
THE CLOTH OF GOLD. Pant. Henry Spry. 
Sanger's Amphitheatre, December 26, 1882. 

BLUFF KING HAL; OR, THE MAIDEN, 
THE MASHER, AND THE MONARCH. BurL 
Ale.xandra O.H., Sheffield, March 12, 1883. 

BLUFFING ONE'S WAY. C 3 a. Eugene 
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Ou Mensonge et Verite. Royalty, February 22, 
1909. 

BLUNDERER, THJi;. C. Transl. fr. Molifere. 
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BLUNDERS. Ca. Op.C April 11, 1898. 

BLURT MASTER CONSTABLE; OR, THE 
SPANIARD'S NIGHT WALK. C. Thbmas 
Middleton. Ac. by the Children of St. Paul's, 
1602, Pr. 1602. 

BLUSH ROSE. Op. bo. M. by Offenbach, 
Lib. by G. D'Arcy. Plymouth T.R., May 22, 

is;6. 

BOABDIL EL CHICO; OR, THE M30R THE 
MERRIER. Burl. F. C Burnand. Astley's. 

BOADICEA. T. Fletcher. 1611. 

BOADICEA. T. Richard Glover. D.L. Pr. 
1753. 

BOADICEA. Story. Same as Bonduca. 

BOADICEA, QUEEN OF BRITAIN. T. 
Charles Hopkins. L.l.F. 1697. Pr. 1697. 

BOADICEA UNEARTHED. Burl. 1 a. W. J. 
Ri.x and F. J. Gillett. Kilburn T.fl., January 
29, 1895. 

BOARD AND RESIDENCE. F. 1 a. Con- 
way Edwards. Globe, October 8, 1870. 

BOARD OF CONVIVIALITY; OR, FUN 
AND HARMONY, THE. Int CO., May 13, 
1806. N.p. 

BOARDING HOUSE; OR, FIVE HOURS AT 
BRIGHTON, THE. M.F. 2 a. Sam. Beazley. 
Lyceum, July 15, 1815. 

BOARDING SCHOOL, THE. W. B. Ber- 
nard. Hay., 1841. 

BOARDING SCHOOL; OR, BREAKING UP, 
THE. Dibdin. 

BOARDING SCHOOL; OR, THE SHAM 
CAPTAIN, THE. O. C. Coffey. Taken fr. 
Durfey's Love for Money. D.L. and Pr. 1733. 



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BOARDING SCHOOL MISS. THE. C. As- 
cribed to Dr. Paul Joddrell. Pr. 1787. N. ac. 

BOAKDIXG SCHOOL ROMPS. See x he 
Boarding School, by C. Coffey. An alt. of 
Durfey's Love for Money; or, The Boarding 
School. 

BOAST OF BILLINGSGATE, THE. P. 
Richard Hathwaye, assisted by John Day. Ac. 
1602. N.p. 

BOATMAN OP THE SHANNON, THE. Iris-h 
d. S a. by Edward Towers. Pavilion, Feb- 
ruary 24, 1877. 

BOATSWAIN'S MATE, A. P. 1 a. W. W. 
Jacobs and H. C. Sargent Adap. fr. AV. W. 
Jacobs's s.tory of same title. Wyndham's, 
Ajiril 15, 1907. See Bo'sun's Mate. 

BOB. CD. 3 a. Fred Marsden. First 
prod, in America. Liverpool Alexandra, Sep- 
tember 3, 1888; Jodrell (Novelty), December 
26, 1888; Strand, February, 1889. 

BOB. O. 1 a. C. Bridgman. M. by F. 
Cellier. Walsall H.M.T., April 8, 1903; 
Adelphi, June 6, 1903. 

BOB BRADSHAW'S DREAM. P. 1 a. B. 

W. Thomas. Strand, May 29, 1899. 

BOB BRAGSHAWE. C. 3 a. Wm. Brown. 
Southport O.H., August 17, 1876. 

BOB BRBTTON; OR. THE DEAD SHOT OF 
THE WOODS. D Victoria, July 6, 1877. 

BOB LUMLEY'S SECRET; OR, THE DARK 
DEEDS OF BLUEGATE FIELDS. D. 2 a. C. 
and W. Pitt. Britannia, December 20, 18C9. 

BOB SHORT. F. la. Mark Lemon. Hay. 

BOB THE OUTCAST. D. W. F. Lyon. 
Richmond, September 19, 1881. 

BOB'S MRS. KENNINGHAM. P. 1 a. 
Beatrix M. De Burgh. Liverpool, P.O.W., 
November 20. 1902. 

BOBADIL; OR, SULTAN FOR A DAY. CO. 
?> a. Walter Parke. M. by Luscombe Searelle. 
Teddington Bijou, January 5, 1903 (C.P.). 

BOBBIE'S BABY: A DOMESTIC DIFFl- 
CULTY. Sk. 1 a. Ridgewood Barrie. St. 
Leonards Pier Pav., February 8, 1902. 

BOBBO. Oa. 1 a. J. T. Tanner and Adr. 
Ross. M. by Osmd. €arr. Manchester Prince's, 
September 12, 1895. 

BOBBY Al ; OR, A WARM RECEPTION. F. 
1 a. G. S. HODGSON. Surrey, October 7, 1872. 

BOBETTE. CO. 1 a. Alfred Delila Edouard 
Messa. Nott. Hill Coronet, October 22, 1900. 

BOBINET THE BANDIT ; OR, THE FOREST 
OF MONTESCARPINI. M.F. C.G., December 
4, 1815. 

BOCCACE. See Adrasta. 

BOCCACCIO. Op.C. 3 a. M. by Suppe. 
Eng. lib. by E. Reece aud H. B. Farnie. 
Comedy, April 22, 1882. 

BOCCAGH. THE. D. 3 a. W. Gomer.sail. 
Worcester T.R., August 4, ]»84. 

BOER MEISJE, A. P. 1 a. H. T. Johnson. 
Gt. Queen St. T., July 10, 1900. 

BOER OR BRITON. See Briton and Boer. 

BOGIE. P. 3 a. H. V. Esmond. St. 
James's, September 10, 1895. 

BOGUS AGENT, THE. Robt. Batho. Bal- 
liara Assembly Rooms, October 1, 1895. 

BOGUS BANDIT, A. CD. 1 a. Leopold 
Montague. Crediton T.H., February 5, 1896. 

BOHEME, LA. Rom.O. 4 a. G. Giaco.sa and 
L. Illica. M. by Puccini. F. on H. Murger's 
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1S97, and June 24, 1899.. See The Bohemians. 

BOHEME, LA. O. Leoncavallo. 



BOHEMIA AND BELGRAVIA. C. 3 a. 

Arthur O'Neill. Royalty, June 8, 1872. 

BOHEMIAN, A. P. 4 a. Louis N. Parker. 
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BOHE.MIAN CARNIVAL, ETC. .' Pcrf. by 

Brousil family. D.L., July 16, 1856. 

BOHEMIAN GIRL, THE. O. ' 3 a. A. 
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June 16, 1856; November 28, 1862; Alex. Pal., 
July 29, 1876; D.L., .May, 1884. Ac. at Her .M. 
February, 1858, as La Zingara. 

BOHK.VUAX GIRL. See Arline, The Merry 
Zingara. 

BOHEMIAN G'YURL AND THE UNAP- 
PROACHABLE POLE, THE. Burl. H. J. 
Byron. Op.C, January 31, 1877. Transfd. to 
Gaiety, July, 1877. 

BOHEMIANS, THE. 0. 3 a. Offenbach. 
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1873. 

BOHEMIANS, THE. 0. 4 a. Puccini. 
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BOHEMIANS; OR, THE ROGUES OF 
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BOHEMIANS; OR, THE THIEVES OF 
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BOHEMIANS OF PARIS; OR, THE MYS- 
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Barnett. Surrey, November 27, 1843. 

BOHEMIANS. See ha Boheme, The Cross 
Roads of Life. 

BOHEMIENNE. O.C St. George's, 1862. 

BOHEMOS. F. 1 a. J. Davidson. Adap. fr. 
the Fr. of Miguel Zamacois. (Sarah Bernhardt 
season.) Adelphi, June 17, 1903; Court, Janu- 
ary 9, 1904. 

BOILING WATER. F.C 3 a. Ju. Cross. 
Comedy, July 22, 1885. 

BOIIE AU LAIT, LA. 0. 4 a. Offenbach. 
1877. 

BOITE D'ARGENT. C Dumas flls. 185b. 

BOLD ADVERTISEMENT, A. Prod, as The 
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Steinway H. (Misses Cowen and Marriott's 
mat.), November 19, 1895. 

BOLD BEAUCHAMPS, THE. An ancient p. 
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BOLD DICK TURPIN. Oa. M. by Henry 
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BOLD DRAGOONS, THE. CD. 2 a. Morris 
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BOLD RECRUIT, THE. Oa. Words by B. 
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ISTO. 

BOLD STROKE FOR A HUSBAND, A. C 
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D.L., May 27, 1815. Rev. after twenty-one 
vears. See 1 he Advert isune in. 

BOLD STROKE FOR A W^FE, A. C Mrs. 
Centlivre. L.I.F., February 3, 1718. Pr. 1717. 
D.L. 

BOLIVAR ; OR, LIFE FOR LOVE. D. 3 a. 
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BOLT FROM THE BLUE, A. Oa. 1 a. S. 
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BOMBASTES FURIOSO. Burl. T.O. la. 
Wm Barnes Rhodes. Hay., August 7, 1810. 



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BOMBAY CAPTAES'. 1 a. L. Home. 
BOMBAY TO HZyiEY. JLC. Walter 
Parke. M. by P. and E. Bncalossi. Ladbroke 
H., March 14, 1.-95 (C.P.). 

BOMBO THE DWAEF. American D. 3 a. 
J. Holmes Grover. Dublin Q.T., May 10, l&SO. 
BOX-BON BOX. la. F. Bowyer. 
BOX FIIS. C. Florian, 1785. 
BOX MEXAGE. C. Florian, 17S2. 
BOX PEEE. C. Florian- 1783. 
BOX SOIE, MOXSIEUE P.^XT.ALOX. Oa. 
AdelphL, August, 1^52. See I vice Killed. 

BOX TOX. C. 3 a. General Burgoyne. D.L., 
March IS, 1775. 

BOX TOX; OE, HIGH LIFE ABOVE 
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1776. Edinburgh, 17i3. 

BOXA FIDE TEAVELLEE.«. F. 1 a. Wm. 
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B0X30UE0UCHE. C. 2 a. Georges Courte- 
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BOND OF LIFE, THE. D. 3 a. H. F. 
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BOND OF MAKKIAGE, THE. P. 4 a. 

Walter Xixey. Llanelly Koyalty, January 7, 

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BOXD OF XIXOX, THE. P. 3 a. Cl'Otilde 

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BOXD STREET, 4 P.M. M. ik. Comey 
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BOXD.^GE. P. 4 a. .\dap. fr. the Fr. oJ 
Pierre d'Abry. Op.C, March 31, 1883. 

BOXDMAX, THE. T.C. Philip Masiinger. 
Cockpit, D.L.. December 3, 1S23. Pr. 1624. Set- 
The Soble Bondman. 

BOXDMAX, THE. T.C. Alt. fr. Masainger 
by Eichd. Cumberland. C.G., October 13, 1779. 
X.p. 

BOXDMAX, THE. 0. :. a. M. by Balfe. 
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BOXDMAX, THE. D. o a. Hall Caine. 
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BOXDMAX; OE. LOVE AXD LIBEETY, 
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BOXDOCAXI: OE, THE CALIPH EOBBEE, 
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Pr. 1801. 

BOXDri WITHOUT JUDGMENT; OE, 
LOVE'S OF BEXGAL. F. Probably by Edwd. 
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BOXDUCA. T. Beaumont and Fletcher 
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BOXDUCA. T. Alt fr. Beaumont and Flet- 
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BOXDUCA. An a.t. ver. called Caractaeui 
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BOXDUCA; OE, THE BEITI3H HEROINE. 
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T.E., 1696. Publ. by Geo. Powell, 1696. 
BO.VDUCA. See Bondicea. 
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BONE OF COXTEXTIOX, A. Ca. 1 a. C. 
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BOXE SQUASH DIABLO. Xieger 0. Eice. 
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BOXES OF MEN, THE. D. Pro., 4 a. CjTil 
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BOXHOM.ME JADI3, LE. C. 1 a. Henri 
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BOXIFACIO AXD BEIDGETIXA: OE, THE 
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BOXIFAZIO. 0. Pcmiatowski. Rome, 1844. 

BONXE DENFAN'iS, LA. 0. la. Offen- 
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BONXE MEEE. C. Florian, 17S4. 

BONNET BUILDEES TEA PARTY, THE. 
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BONNET CONSPIEATOES, THE. Eom. c. 
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BONNIE XNNIE LAUEtE. P. 4 a. C. Daly 
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BONNIE BOY BLUT:. Burl. Vic. Stevens 
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BONNIE DCNDEE. D. E. Falconer. D.L.. 
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BONNIE DUNDEE. Hiit D. .j a. Malcolm 
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BONNIE DUNDEE. Eom. Hist. P. :; a 
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BONNIE DUNDEE. See The LoH Came. 

BONNIE FISH WIFE, THE. M.I. 1 a. Chas 
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BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE. D. J. B 
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BONNIE PRINCE CH.\RLIE. D. Wm. 
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BONNIE PRINCE CH-\RLIE. Spec. Chas. 
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BONNIE PRINCE CHAELIE. Moncrieff. 

BONNIE PEINCE CHAELIE. D. 2 a. T. 
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BONNY BOY. F. 3 a. T. G. Warren. 
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BONNY LASS OF LEIIH; OR, THE 
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burg, 1793. 

BONOS NOCHIOS. Int. Entd. at Stationers' 
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BOODLES. Ca. Adap. fr. the French by 
Herbert Lee-Bennett. Eichmond T.R., May 5, 
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BOOK THE THIRD, CHAPTEE THE 
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French of Eugene Pierron and Adolphe La- 
ferriere. First perf. at the Od^on, September 
19, 1851, and at Hay. as The Novel Expedient, 
June 30, 1852; Court, June 12, 1875. 

BOOKMAKER, THE. C. 3 a. J. W. Pigott. 
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BOOKMAKER. THE. Sk. Rotherhitbe Hip- 
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BOOKSELLER, THE. Tran:.!. fr. "The 
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BOOKWORM, THE. D. 1 a. Alec Nelson 
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BOO.M OF BIG BEX, THE. D. 4 a. Adap. 
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' A. Fontanes. Pavilion, November 18, 1901; 

Princess's, December 16, 1901 



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l!OOMKi;.V\(i. THE. 0. 3 ;(. G. W. lioylo 
and F. Robertson. Streatliaiu 11., DorcniluT 
VI, 1!)0G (prod, by amateuis). 

BOOT ON THE RIGHT LEG, THE. F. 
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BOOTBLACK, THE. D. Pro. and 4 a. 
Arthur Jefferson. North Sliields T.R., January 
11, 1897 (C.P.); Sheflield Alexandra, July 'li\. 
1897 ; West London, July 18, 1898 ; renamed 
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BOOTLES BABY. P. 4 a. Hugh Moss, 
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same name. Stratford T.R., February 16, 
1S8S (C.P.); Globe, May 8, 1888; Garrifk, Feb- 
ruary 20, 1900. 

BOOTS AT THE HOLLY TREE INN; OR, 
THE INFANT ELOPEMENT TO GRETNA 
GREEN. 1 a. B. Webster. F. on Dickens. 
Adelphi, February 4, 185C. 

BOOTS AT THE SWAN, THE. F. 1 a. 
Chas. Selby. Strand, July 6, 1842. 

BORBONXE. P. Mentioned by Hen.slowe as 
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BORDER HEROINE, A. D. Clarence Bur- 
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BORDER MARRIAGE, A. CD. 1 a. W. 

J. Sorrell. Adap. fr. Un Manage a I'Arque- 
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BORDERERS, THE. T. Wordsworth. 1795-6. 
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BORGIA KING, THE. A. R. Slous. Adelphi, 
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BORN OF HILDA. D. Pro. and 3 a. Edwin 
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BORN TO BE LOVED. F. 3 a. Miss Jessica 
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LORN TO GOOD LUCK: OR, THE IRISH- 
MAN'S FORTUNE P. 2 a. Tyrone Power, 
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BORN TO SAVE. D. 4 a. C. H. Clarke. 
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Wolverhampton T.R., December 3, 1883. 

BORN- WITH A CAUL. See David Copper- 

field. 

BOROUGH POLITICS. CD. 2 a. West- 
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BORROWED. F.P. 3 a. Adap. from Maurice 
Desvalliere's C, Pretemoi la Femme, by 
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BORROWED FEATHERS. Millingen. Queen's 
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BORROWING A HUSBAND. C 1 a. W. 
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BORROWING BOOTS. Chinese p. TransI 
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BOSCABEL; OR, THE ROYAL OAK. Hist 
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BOSSU, LE. English ver. of this d. ac. at City 
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The Duke's Device, The Duke's Motto, The 
Motto on the Duke's Crest. 



BO'.SUNS MAIK, THE. M.C. 1 a. Walter 
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BOTH OF THEM. Ca. Glasgow Royalty, 
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BOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION. DuoL 
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BOTH SIDES OF THE WORLD. D. Pro. 
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BOTHERATION; OR, A TEN YEARS- 
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BOTHWELL. T. Ware. 

BOTH WELL. T. Swinburne, 1874. 

BOTTLE, THE. D. 2 a. T. P. Taylor. City 
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BOTTLE IMP. THE. Melo-d. 2 a. Peuko. 
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BOTTLE OF SMOKE. Adelphi, May 22, 

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BOTTLED REQUEST, A. Sk. Bri.xton Em- 
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BOTTLES. F. Chas. Squier. Richmond 
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BOTTOM THE WEAVER, THE MERRY 
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BOUGHT. CD. 3 a. Frank Harvey. Sunder- 
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BOULANGERE, LA. CO. 3 a. 4 tab. H. 
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BOULD SOGER BOY, THE. F. la. Edwd. 
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BOULE DE NEIGE. 0. 3 a. M. bv Offen- 
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BOULOGNE. C. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. Gaiety, 
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BOUNCE. F.P. 3 a. Alfd. Maltby. Liver- 
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BOUNCING A BURGLAR. Sk. Greenwich 
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BOUNCING KNIGHT, THE. A Droll by 
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BOUND 'PRENTICE TO WATERMAN. D. 
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BOUND TO SUCCEED; OR, A LEAF FROM 
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BOUND TO THE WHEEL. Pavilion, April 
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BOUND TO WIN. Sport.D. 4 a. Mrs. F. G. 
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1902. 

BOUNDERS, THE. F.C. 3 a. C. A. Clarke. 
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BOUQUET; OR, THE LANGUAGE OF 
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BOUQUETIERE, LA. 0. Adam. Paris, 1847. 

BOURBON. Rose T., November 2, 1597. N.p. 

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BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME. C. Molifere. 
16V0. Royalty, June 6, 1906. Sec •• French 
Classical Plays," 



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BOURSE, LA. F. Ponsard. 1850. 

BOURSE OU LA VIE, LA. C. 4 a. scenes. 
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BOW BELLS, r. City of London, May 25, 
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BOW BELLS. CD. 3 a. Henry J. Byron. 
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BOW OF ORANGE RIBBON, THE. P. 4 a. 
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BOW STREET OPERA, THE. 3 a. Pr. 1773. 

BOWERY GIRL; OR, BEAUX AND BELLS 
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BOWL'D OUT; OR, A BIT OF BRUMMA- 
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July 9, 1860. 

BOX B. M. Trifle. Corney Grain. St. 
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BOX AND COX. F. la. J. Mad. Morton. 
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BOX AND COX. MARRIED AND SETTLED. 

F. 1 a. J. Stirling Coyne. Hay., October 15, 
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BOX LOBBY CHALLENGE, THE. C. 5 a. 
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(n.d.), circ, 1794. Royalty, June 22, 1694. 

BOX LOBBY LOUNGERS, THE. Prel. 
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BOX OF MISCHIEF. F. 1 a. S. Peake. 

BOY, THE. See The NevJ Boy. Arthur Law. 
D.T. Eastbourne, February 1, 1894. 

BOY BOB. Jlilitary P. 3 a. Camberwell 
Metropole, September 25, 1S99. 

HOY DETECTIVE, THE. D. 3 a. W. Tra- 
vels. Effingham, June 10, 1807. 

BOY FROM DOWN THERE. F. 3 a. Harry 
I'leon. Ramsgate Marina T., May 23, 1901. 
(C.P.) 

BOY KING, THE. Adap. fr. the French. 
Adelphi, 1845. 

BOY O'CARROLL. C. 4 a. B. M. Dix and 
E. G. Sutnerland. Newcastle T.R., April 27; 
l^ondon. prod. Imperial, May 19, 19(Hi. 

BOY OF SANTILLANE; OR, GIL BLAS 
AND THE ROBBERS OF ASTURIA, THE. 
Rom. D. 3 a. M. by Cooke and Blewitt. D.L., 
April 10, 1827. 

BOY WANTED, A. M.P. Geraldine Verner. 
M. and lyrics by Wallace Pringle. Southamp- 
ton P.O.W.. June 9. 1902. 

BOY'S BEST FRIEND, A. Dom. D. 4 a. 

G. Rx)vdon Dull and V/altcr Edwin. New T., 
April 7, 1908 (C.P.); Lowestoft Marina, May 10, 
19U9. 

BOY'S PROPOSAL, A. P. la. Arthur 
Eckerslev. Birmmgham Empire, February 15, 
19(19; Ad'elphi, March 29, 1909. 

BOYCOTTED. M.Ca. M. C. Salaman. M. 
by Eugene Barnett. St. George's Hall, July 5, 
1*84. 

BOYHOOD OF BACCHUS, THE. E.xtrav. by 
S. Rede. Olympic, October 0, 1845. 

BOYNE WATER. Buckstone. 

BOYS, THE. F.C. 3 a. Henry Seton. Croy- 
don G.T., May 11, 1908; Court, July 9, 1908 
(mat.). 

BOYS AND GIRLS. Sk. by Corney Grain. 
St. George's H., December 24, 1892. 

BOYS OF WEXFORD, THE. Iri.sh Dom.D. 
3 a. E. C. Matthews. Glasgow Metropole, 
June 20, 1899; Liverpool Grand, September 22. 



BOYS TOGETHER F.C 4 a W. Howell 
Poole. Adap. fr. novel by Mountney Jephson. 
Liverpool P.O.W., March 28, 1887. 

BOYS TOGETHER. D. 4 a. Haddon Cham- 
bers and Comyns Carr. Adelphi, August 20, 
1896. 

BOYS WILL BE BOYS. Ca. Jos. Mackay. 
Op. C, July 29, 1889. 

BRACE OF GAOL BIRDS, A. D la. Mark 
Welford. Sheffield T.R., September 14, 1889. 

BRACE OF HUMBUGS. A. Ca. J. Cutler. 
K.C. Brixton, July 1, 1907. 

BRACE OF PARTRIDGES, A. F.C. 3 a. 
Robert Ganthony. Kingston Royal County, 
November 15, 1897; Strand, February 10, 1898. 

BRACEWBLLS ADVENTURES WITH A 
RUSSIAN PRINCESS. F. Manchester Q., 
February 15, 1878. 

BRACKEN HOLLOW. D. 2 a. iJrs. Augus- 
tus Bright. Sheffield Alex., November 27, 1878. 

BRACONNIERS, LES. 0. 3 a. M. by 
Offenbach. 1873. 
BRADAMANTE. T. Gamier. 1580. 
BRADFIELD COLLEGE, BERKS, PLAYS 

AT. Performances of Greek Plays are given 
here triennally from .JE.schylus, SophocleiS, and 
Euriipidei; in the order named : — 

1883. 'J'he Alcestius of Euripides. 

1890. The Antigone of Sophocles. 

1892. The Agamemnon of Mechylus. 

1895. The Alcestis of Euripides. 

1898. The Antigone of Sophocles. 

1900. The Agamemnon of ..Eschylus. 

1904. The Alcestis of Euripides. 

1907. I'he Antigone of Sojihocles. 
See " Greek Plays." 

BRAG. C. 3 a. W. G. Wills. A recon- 
structed vers, of Ellen; or, Love's Cunning. 
Hay., June 12, 1879. 

BRAGANZA. T. 5 a. Robt. Jephson. D.L., 
February 17, 1775. Pr. 1775. Plot resembles 
Venice Preserved. 

BRAGANZIO, THE BRIGAND. Burl. la. 
Famar Hall. Pub. by S. French, Ltd. 

BRAGGADOCHIO, THE. See Stroller's 
Packet. 

BRAGGADOCIO; OR, THE BAWD TURN'D 
PURITAN, THE. C. by a person of quality. 
Pr. 1691. 

BRAGGARD CAPTAIN, THE. C. Transl. 
fr. Plautus by Bonnell Thornton. Pr. 1767. 

BRAIN REVIVER, THE. F. 1 a. Percy J. 
Barrow. Portsmouth Prince's, January 27, 
1898. 

BRAND. Fourth a. of H. Ibsen's P. transl. 
by C. H. Hereford. Op. C. June 2, 1893. 

BRAND FROM THE BURNING, A. D. 4 a. 
Geo. S. King. Liverpool Rotunda, Decem- 
ber 23, 1907; Croydon R.T., February 3, 1908; 
Hammersmith Lyric, March 23, 1908. 

BRAND IN DE JONGE JAN. D. 1 a. Her- 
man Heyermans. Albert H., July 1, 1904. 

BRAND OF CAIN, THE. D. G. L. Gordon. 
Birkenhead T.R., July IG, 1875. 

BRAND OF CAIN; OR, BRANDED AS 
CAIN, THE. Melod. 4 a. Miss Violet Sims. 
Windsor R., July 4, 1904; Greenwich Carlton, 
September 5, 1904. 

BRAND OF SHAME. D. 4 a. F. Cooke. 
Pentre Lyceum, February 26, 1904. C.p. 

BRANDED. Spec. D. 5 a. Richd. Lee. 
Princess's, April 2, 1881. 

BRANDED RACE. Surrey, September 27, 



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BKANDED WOMAN, THE. D. 4 a. F. W. 

Clive. Burnley Gaiety, August 7, 1905; Strat- 
ford R., July 15, 1907. 

BRANDY.\1]^.R. Rose T., April C, 1391. X.p. 

BRANHOWLTE. P. Meiit. in Henslowe'e 
Diary, 1m7. 

BRANTINGHAME HALL. D. 4 a. W. S. 
Gilbert. St. James's, November 29, 1888. 

BRAS DE FER. D. 2 a. E. ]\Ianuel. Britan- 
nia. May 17, 187,j. 

BRASS. CD. 5 a. Geo. Faucett Rowe. 
Liverpool Alexandra, May 11, 1877; Hay., 
August 13, 1877. 

BRASS BOTTLE, THE. F. 4 a. F. Anstey, 
fr. one of his stories. Hay., March 13, 19U7 
(C.P.); Vaudeville, September 10, 1!)U9. 

BRAVADO. Ca. Adap. fr. the French by 
Mrs. T. E. Smale. Strand, July 3, 1889. 

BRAVE AND THE FAIR. THE. Ballet of 
Action. Lyceum, July 11, 1816. 

BRAVE AS A LION. Ca. John T. Douglass. 
Standard, March 11, 1872. 

BRAVE COWARD, A. P. 3 a. J. S. Blytlie. 
Strand, December 3, 188C. 

BRAVE HARRY THORN. D. H. Stanley. 
Longton Victoria, August 31, 1874. 

BRAVE HEARTS. Dom. Story. 2 a. Arthur 
Matthison. Another vers, of The Poor Noble- 
man, an adap. of Le Gentilhomme Paiivre, by 
Din'anoir and Lafaigue. Criterion, January 
24, 1881. 

ERAVE HEARTS. Rom.D. Geo. Comer and 
Fred Benton. Middleton T.R., November 3, 
1898 (C.P.); Darwen T.R., March 6, 1899; Strat- 
ford T.R., June 24, 1901. 

BRAVE IRISHMAN, THE. F. la. Thos. 
Slieridan. Edinburgh. 

BRAVE IRISHMAN, THE. See Captain 
O'Bliinder. 

• BRAVE SCOTTISH HEARTS. D. K. E. 
Hall. Coatbridge Prince's, June 9, 1873. 

BRAVIN'S BROW\ Marylebone, June 20, 
1863. 

BRAVING THE STORM. F. 1 a. Miss Ade- 
laide Woodruffe. D.L., February 24, 1871; 
Sadler's Wells, October 21, 1871. 

BRAVING THE STORM. D. 4 a. W. P. 
Sheen. Rugby T.R., March 24, 1890. 

BRAVO, IL. O. Mercadante. Milan, 1839. 

BRAVO, LE. O. Salvayre. Paris, 1877. 

BRAVO, THE. Melo-d. 3 a. F. on Cooper'3 
novel, " The Bravo," by J. B. Buckstone. 
Adelphi, 1833. 

BRAVO; OR, THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS, 
THE. Melo-d. 2 a. C. Z. Barnett. 

BRAVO TURN'D BULLY; OR, THE DE- 
PREDATORS. Dr. Ent. Pr. 1740. 

BRAZEN AGE, THE. Hist. D. 5 a. Thos. 
Heywood. Pr. 1G13. Taken from Ovid's 
Metamorphoses. 

BRAZEN BUST, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. C. 
Kemble. M. by Bishop. C.G., May 29, 1813. 

BRAZEN MASK; OR, ALBERTO AND 
Rtyc5.\BELLA. Bal. Panto, by John Fawcett. 
Pcetry bv T Dibdin. M. bv Davy and Moun- 
tain. C.G., April 5, 1802. Pr. 1802. 

BRAZILIAN, THE. CO. 3 a. M. by Chas- 
saigne. Words by .Ma.x Pemberton and W. Les- 
tocq. Newcast!e-on-Tyne T.R., April 19, 1890. 
(C.P.) 

BREACH OP PROMISE, A. CD. 2 a. T. 
W. Robertson. Globe, April 10, 1869. 



BREACH OF PROMISE, A. F.C 3 a. Adap. 

fr. the French by Alfred Diiriiv aiul St. 
Agnan Choler. Walsall T.R.. April 7, 1884. 

BREACH OF PROMISE, A. Ca. 1 a. Mabel 
Freund-Lloyd. Op. C, Deceruljcr 1, 1891. 

BREACH OF PROMISE, A. Sk. 1 scene. 
Middlesex M.H., February 12, 1900. 

BREACH OF PRO.MISE OF MARRIAGE, 
THE. C Adap. fr. Scribe's La Chaine. 
Adelphi, February, 1842. See Silken Fetters. 

BREAD OIF OTHERS, THE. P. 2 a. Tur- 
geney. Transl. by J. Nightingale Duddington. 
Prod, bv the Incoirp. Stage Society, Kingsway, 
February 21, 1909. 

BREAD-WINNER, THE. P. 3 a. Alfred C 
C'almour. Avenue, March 26, 1892. 

BREAK BUT NOT BEND. D. 3 a. C H. 
Hazlewood. Britannia, October 2, 1S67. 

BREAKERS AHEAD; OR, A SEAMAN'S 
LOG. D. 3 a. J. T. Haines. Victoria, April 
10. 1837. 

BREAKING A BUTTERFLY. P. 3 a. F. on 
Ibsen's D. Norah by H. A. Jones and H. Her- 
mann. Prince's T.,' March 3, 1884. 

BiRiEiAKO'G IT GENTLY. Ca. 1 a. Richard 
W'arren. River Parish H. D. (prod, by ama- 
teurs). May 9, lOliC. 

BRSEIAKIN'G IT C'ENTiLY. P. 1 a. Alfeik 
Scott. Prod, by tiie Play Actors, King'ts H., 
W.C., March 22, 19{/8 ; Vaudeville, May 2ii, 
1908 (mat.). 

BREAKING IT OFF. M.Ca. By NeviU.' 
Doone. M. by John Crook. Southend-on-Sea 
Empire, March 21, 1898. 

BREAKING IT OFF. F.C. 3 a. F. C Phil- 
lips and Walter Parke. Hastings Pier Pav., 
May 4, 1903. 

BBEAKINiG POINT, THE. P. 3 a. Ed- 
ward G.arnett (refused a license by the Lord 
Chamiiierlain). Prod, by the Stage Society 
privately before members and friends. Hay., 
April 5. 1908. 

BREAKING THE ICE. Oa. 1 a. Lib. by 
Chas. Thomas. M. by Miss Harriet Young. 
Brighton R. Pavilion, November 25, 1878; 
Court, November 9, 1885. 

BREAKING THE ICE. See The Holli/ 
Branch. 

BREAKING THE NEW^S. Ca. 1 a. Arthur 
M. Heathcote. Brompton Hosp., March 14, 
1893. 

BREAKING THE SPELL. English ver. of 
Offenbach's Oa. Le Conscrit, adap. by H. B. 
Farnie. Lyceum, May 2, 1870; Garrick, April 
2G, 1904. 

BREBIS DE PANURGE, LES. C 1 a. Meil- 
hac and Halevj. P.O.W., May 24, 1886. 

BRED IN THE BONE. D. Prol. and 4 a. 
F Teale Lingham. Edmonton T.R., May 24, 
1890. (C.i' I 

BREED OF THE TRESHAMS, THE. P. 4 a. 
John Rutherford. Newcastle-on-Tyne T.R., 
September 28, 1903; Kennington, December 7, 
1903; Lyric, June 3, 1905; AdeLplvi, Jmie 3, 
1907. 

BREEZE FIRST, THE. F.C. la. W. R. 
Denny. West Hartlepool T.R., March G, 1891. 

BREEZE FROM NEW YORK, A. Ca. la. 
Francis Rapliael. Kew Prince's H., November 
20, 1893. 

BREEZE IN THE BALTIC; OR, THE 
DANES IN THE DUMPS, A. Piece. 1 a. By 
a gentleman of Edinburgli. Ac, at Edinburgli, 
1801. 



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BREEZY MORNING, A. Ca. 1 a. Eden 
Pliillpotts. Lyric Club. Leeds Grand. April 
27, 1891; Comedy, December S, IS'Jl; also Oa. 
ver. 

BRENNORALT; OR, THE DISCONTENTED 
COLONEL. T. Sir John Suckling. Ac. in 
Black-friars. Pr. 1646. 

BRER BABBIT AND BRER FOX. One of 
Uncle Remus's stories. Adap. by Philip Carr. 
1 a. Court, December 26, 1903. 

BRER RABBIT AND UNCLE REMUS. C.Oa. 
Walter Parke. M. by Florian Pascal. Lad- 
broke H., December 17, 1903. (C.P.) 

BREWER OF PRESTON. M.F. Preston 
T.R.. January 24, 1876. 

BREWER OF PRESTON: OR, MALT AND 
HOPS, THE. CD. 1 a. T. H. Reynoldson. 
Surrey T. 

BREWER OF TADCASTER. THE. Local D. 
Arthur Rodgers. Tadcaster Empire, August 5, 
1897. 

BREWING A BRUIN. F. Louis Gee. 
Britajinia, June 2, 1873. 

BRlBWiSiTER'S MILLIONS. C. 4 a. Fr. 
story of same name by George Ban- McCut- 
cheon, Winchell Smith, and Byron Ongley. 
Hicks, May 1. 1907: tfd. to Duke of York's, 
August 26,' 1907: tfd. to Hicks, October 14, 
1907; rev. Wyndhajn's, June 22, 1909. 

BRIAN BOROIHME; OR, THE MAID OF 
ERIN. 3 a. Poetical ver. of D. O'Mara's D. 
by Jas. Sheridan Knowles. PI. in Ireland circ. 
1810. C.G., April 20, 1837. N.n. 

BRIARS AND BLOSSOMS. D. 3 a. C. H. 
Hazlewood. Britannia, December 3, 1873. 

BRIBERY ON BOTH SIDES. F. C.G., May 
4, 1784. N.p. 

BRIC-A-BRAC. Ca. la. Adap. fr. DHer- 
villy's La Soupicre, otherwise Lc Bibelot, by 
Sir' J. J. Coghill, Bart. Ladbroke H., Octo- 
ber 20. 1888. Sec Under Cover, Cups and 
Saucerx. 

BRIC-A-BRAC WILL, THE. CO. S. Adair 
Fitzgerald and Hugh Moss. M. by Emilio 
Pizzi. Lyric, Octolier 28, 1895. 

BRIOHANTEAU. P. 4 :i. Adap. by M. do 
Fferandy fr. the novel of Jules Claretie. 
Royalty, January 22, 1906. 

BRIDAL, THE. Adap. of Beaumont and 
Fletcher's The Maid's Trapedy by J. Sheridan 
Knowles. Prod, at Hay., 1S37, by Macready. 

BRIDAL, THE. Monol. W. E. Grogan. 
Wyndham's, June 30, 1900. 

BRIDAL OF FLORA, THE. Ballet by Byrne. 

D.L., November 9, 1810. 

BRID.\L PHANTOM. Grecian, May 24, 18G3. 

BRIDAL RING, THE. D. Rom. 2 a. Fredk. 

Reynolds. M. by Condell. CG., October 16, 

1810. 

BRIDAL TOUR, A. C 3 a. Dion Bouci- 
cault. Hay., August 2, 1880. 

BRIDAL TRIP, A. F. 1 a. Jas. Mortimer. 
Brighton T.R., March 6, 1876. 

BRIDAL WREATH, THE. Rom.D. 2 a. 
C H. Hazlewood. City of London T., 1861. 

BRIDALS, THE. C Margaret Duchess of 
Newcastle. Publ. among her works, 1668. 

BRIDE, THE. C Thos. Nabbs. D.L., 1638. 
Vr. 1640. 
BRIDE. THE. C Korner, 1808. 
BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM, THE. C 4» 
Aithur Law. New. May 5, 1904. 

BRIDE OF ABYDOS, THE. Rom.D. 3 a 
From Bvron's poem by Wm. Dimond. M. by 
Kollv. D.L„ February 5, 1818. 



BRIDE OP ABYDOS: OR, THE PRINCE, 
THE PIRATE, AND THE PEARL, THE. Burl. 
E.xtrav. H. J. Byron. Strand, May 31, 18-58. 

BRIDE OF DUNKERRON, THE. Cant. H. 
Smart. St. James's H., March 28, 1865. 

BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR, THE. D. 4 a. 
(afterwards 3 a.). Adap. fr. Scott's Romance 
by John Wm. Calcraft. Edinburgh T.R., May 
1, 1822; Marylebone T., 1848. 

BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR, THE. O. S a. 
by Donizetti. D.L., April 14, 184.'). 

BRIDE OF LAM!:*rKR;MOO'R, THE. D. 3 a. 
and taib. Stepheii Phillips. Glta.sgow King'*., 
March 23, 1908. 

BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR. See The Last 
Jleir. 

BRIDE OF LOVE. Poetical P. 4 a. Robt. 
Buchanan. F. on the Greek legend of Eros and 
Psyche. Adelphi, May 21, 1890. 

BRIDE OF LUDGATE, THE. CD. 2 a. 
Douglas Jerrold. D.L., December 8, 1831. 

BRIDE OF MESSINA, THE. T. Schiller. 
1803. 

BRIDE OF MESSINA, THE. O. 3 a. Lib. 
adap. fr. Schiller by H. Miiller, composed by 
J. H. Bonawitz. Portman Rooms, April 23, 
1887. 

BRIDE OP NEATH VALLEY, THE. M. 
composition bv John Thomas. St. James's 
H., June 19, 1867. 

BRIDE OF SONG. THE. Oa. 1 a. H. B. 
Farnie. M. by Sir Julius Benedict. CG., De- 
cember 3, 1864. 

BRIDE OF THE WAVE, THE. D. 3 a. W. 
Travers. New East London, October 12, 1807. 

BRIDE'S DEATH SLEEP, THE. D. 3 a. C 
H. Hazlewood. City of London, July 4, 1868. 

BRIDE'S TRAGEDY, THE. T. Beddoes. 
1822. 

BRIDEGROOM. THE. P. 1 a. Rehearsed 
by Mr. E. Lynll Swete. Adiap. fr. the Ger. of 
Fran Viebig by Nigel Plavfair. Playliouse,* 
May 4, 1908. 

BRIDES OF ARAGON, THE. T. Beer, 1823. 

BRIDES OF VENIOE, THE. 0. M. by 
Julius Benediict. D.L., April Ti, 1844. 

BRiID&E. Arthur Clements an<I ,1. M:iIoiie. 
Liverpool, 186-. 

BPiiIDiGE. P. 1 a. Gr-aliani Hill. Canter- 
bury T.R., February 13, 1906. 

BRIDGE. P. 4 a. Alicia Ratnksey. Garriek, 
October 14, 1907. (CP.). 

BRIDGE OF NOTRE DAME: OR, THE PAR- 
RICIDE'S CURSE, THE. D. :i a. E. N. Hud- 
.son. Surrey, April, 1847. 

BRIDGE OF SIGHS. THE. Op. bo. 3 a. H. 
S. Leigh. M. by Offenbach. St. James's, 
November 18, 1872. 

BRIDGE OF SIGHS, THE. Dr. Study in 2 ep. 
Edgar Martin Seymour. Lyric Club, June 2, 
1901. 

BRIDGE OF SIGHS; OR, A POOR GIRLS 
LOVE STORY, THE. Melo-d. 4 a. Oswald 
Brand. Grand, April 4, 1904. 

BiRIDGlE TANGLE, A. Society C 4 a. 
Mrs. Prank White and Mrs. Caleb Porter. 
Court, November 12, 1908 (mat.). 

BRIDGE THAT CARRIES US SAFE OVER, 
THE. Dr. sk. 1 a. By R. B. Peake. Lyceum 
(third time), June 20, 1817. 

BRIDGET O'BRIEN, ESQUIRE. P.O. 2 a. 
Fred Lyster and John F. Sheridan. Op. C, 
October 29, 1887. 

BRIDGET'S BLUNDERS. F. 1 a. Lita 
Smith. Eastbourne Dev. Pk. T., August .% 
1892 



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BRIEK CLIFF. D. Geo. Morris. 1842. 

URIEli ROSE, A. C. 3 a. H. Little. Crip 
pit'gatf. Inst., May 7, 1907. 

HRItiADIEH GERARD. C. 4 a. A. Conan 
Doyle, liu'periiil, March 3, lOnt;. 

15RIGAND, THE. Rom. d. 2 a. J. R. 
riaiicli6. Fr. the Freiicli. D.L., ■NovenihtT 18, 
1829; Rev. at Surrey, February i, 1S07.— See 

BRUiANiD, THE. iM.Sc. M. eoinp. and arr. 
by F. .Vllwood. Standard, October ll, 1907. 

BRIGAND; OR, NEW LINES TO AN OLD 
PAN DITTY, THE. Burl. Gilbert k Beckett. 
Hay., December 24, 1807. 

BRIGANU AND HIS BANKER, THE. P. T. 
Taylor. F. on he Roi des Montagnes of Ed- 
moiid .Vliout. Lyceum, October 1, 1860. 

BRIGAND AND HIS SON, THE. Melo-d. 
1 a. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

BRIGAND'S SECRET. Britannia, October 8, 
IS5S. 

BRIGANDS, THE. 0]). bo. 3 a. Lib. 
transl. by W. S Gilbert from Lets Brigands by 
Meilhac and Haltivy (Varietes, December 10, 
1809;. M. by Offenbach. Plymouth T.R., Sep- 
tember 2, 1889; Avenue, September 16, 1889. 

BRIGANDS, LES. See Falsacappa. 

BRIGANDS OF CALABRIA, THE. Rom. d. 
I a. 

BRIG-ANDS OF TAPviRiAGONN A, THE. Sk. 
Shopherd's Bush EmpLi-e, August 10, 1908. 

BRIGANTI, I. O. Marcadante. Milan, 183C. 

BRIGGATE; OR, THE OUTCAST. Local 
sk. By Cyrus Bell. Leeds Grand, March 3, 
1884. 

BRIGHT BEAM AT LAST, A. D. G. H. 
Macderniott. Britannia, September 9, 1872. 

BRIGHT DAYS; OR, THE PRIDE OF TWO 
ISLES. Irish M.D. 4 a. Horace Wheatley 
and C. A. Aldin. Liverpool Rotunda, April 1, 
I8S9; Eleph. and C, July 1, 1889. 

BRIGHT FUTURE, THE. Dom. D. 4 a. 
Sefton Parry. Grand, August 4, 1883. 

BRIGHT IDEA, A. M. sk. Lib. by Arthur 
Law. M. by Arthur Cecil. St. George's H., 
.May 30, 1881. 

BRIGHTER DAYS IN STORE. D. 2 a. E. 
Towers. City of London, November 23, 18G7. 

UKIGHTON. F.C. 4 a. Brou.son Howard. Orig. 
ill America as Saratoga. N.Y. ath Av. T., De- 
cember, 1870; Court T., May 25, 1874; Hay., 
June, 1875; Olympic, January, 1880; Criterion, 
October, 1881 ; Criterion, April, 1884 ; Criterion, 
December 1, 1891. 

BRILLIANTS, THE. Int. C.G., June 7, 
1709. N.p. 

BRINE OGE, THE. D. 4 a. W. J. Pat- 
moro. Dewsbury T.K., May 6, 1896. (C.P.) 

BRINGING HOME THE BRIDE. Vaud. 2 
a. Moncrieff. Prod. 1838. 

liRINGlNG ir HC.M'E. P. 1 a. H. .M. 
Ricliard.ion. .Manchester Gaiety, October 5, 
lOL'S. 

BRISTOL DIAMONDS. F. 1 a. John Oxen- 
ford. St. Jame-s'.-;, August 11, 1862. 

BRISTOL TRAGEDY, THE. John Day. Ac. 
by the Lord ."Vdmiral's servants, 1602. N.p. 

BRISTOWE MERCHANT, THE. Ford and 
Decker. 

BRITAIN'S AWAKENING. D. 1 a. Nor- 

nr.an Wirighton. West London. Febi'uary 8, 
1908. 

BRITAIN'S BRAVE TARS; OR, ALL FOR 
ST. PAUL'S. Dr. sk. ent. D.L., 1797. 



BRITAIN'S DEFENDERS; OR, A FIG FOR 
AN INVASION. S.C. sk. Sadler's Wells, April 
17, 1797. 

BRITAIN'S GLORY; OR, A TRIP TO 
PORTS.MOUTH. M.E. Mr. Ben.son. Hav. 
Pr. 1794. 

BRITAIN'S HAPPINESS. M. Int. P. Mot- 
teux. .Ac. at " both the theatres. " l'|-. niil. 
Previously intended for an introduction to an 
O., which was to have been called The Loves 
uf Europe. 

BRITAIN'S JUBILEE. M. piece. J. S. 
.Vrnold. Ac. by the D.L. Co. at the Lyceum, 
October 25, 1809. 

BRITANNIA. Eng. 0. Mr. Lidiard. Hay. 
Pr. 1732. 

BRITANNIA. Masque. by David Mallett. 
.M. by Dr. Arne. D.L., 1755. Pr. 1755. 

BRITANNIA Sk. Arthur Shirley. M. by 
Geo. Le Brunn. Paragon M.H., February 16, 
1903 

BRITANNIA: OR. THE GODS IN COUN- 
CIL. Dr. Poem. Robert .\veray. Pr. 1756. 

BRITANNIA; OR, THE ROYAL LOVERS. 

With a comic int. called " The Beggar's Pan- 
tomime; or. The Contending Columbines." 
L.I.F. Pr. 1736. 

BRITANNIA AND BATAVIA. Masque. 
Geo. Lillo. Pr. 1740. 

BRITANNIA REDIVIVA; OR, COURAGE 
AND LIBERTY'. Allegorical masque. M. by 
John Dunn Perf. at the New Wells, Clerken- 
well. Pr. 1746. 

BRITANNIA TRIUMPHANS. Masque. Sir 
W. Davenant and Inigo Jones. Presented at 
Whitehall by Charles I. and his Lords on the 
Sunday after Twelfth Night, 1037. Pr. 1637. 

BRITANNIA'S REALM. Spec. Ballet. Prol. 
4 scenes. Chas. Wilson. M. bv Landon Ronald. 
Alhambra, June 16, 1902. 

BRITANINICUS. T. Racine. See " Frencii 
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BRITANNICUS. T. by J. Ozell. Transl. fr. 
Racine. Pr. 1714. 

T. Sir Brooke Boothby. 
Pr. 1803. 

BRITISH AMBASSADOR, THE. C. 3 a. R. 
Ganthony. Richmond P.O.W., November 5, 
1903. 

BRITISH BORN. D. Prol. and 3 a. Paul 
.Meritt and Hy. Pettitt. Grecian, October 17 
1872. 

BRITISH ENCHANTERS; OR, NO MAGIC 
LIKE LOVE, THE. Tragic 0. Rt. Hon. Geo. 
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Pr. 1700. 

BRITISH FORTITUDE AND HIBERNIA.V 
FRIENDSHIP: OR, AN ESCAPE FRO.M 
FRANCE. .M.D. la. J. C. Cross. C.G. Pr. 
1794. 

BRITISH HERO, A. Military D. 5 a. Nor- 
man Henry. Worthing Assem. R., July 12, 
1894. 

BRITIfSH HEROINE, THE. T. J. Jackson. 
C.G., May 5, 1778. N.p. Ac. in Dublin the 
preceding year under the title <i( Giralda: or. 
The Siege of Harlech. 

BRITISH KINGS. T. James Mvlne. Pr. 
1790. N. ac. 

BRITISH LEGION. T. H. Bayly. St. James's. 
May 7, 1838. 

BRITISH LOYALTY; OR. LONG LIVE THE 
KING. Dr. Kftu>ion. 2 a, with songs. Jos. 
Muscr. Pr. isii'j. 



BRITANNICUS. 
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BRITISH ORPHAN, THE. T. Mariana 
Starke. Ac. at Mrs. Crespigny's private theatre 
at Camberwell, April 7, 1790, by amateurs. 

BRITISH RECRUIT; OR, WHO'S AFRAID? 
THE. Int. C.G. Pr. 1795. 

BRITISH SAILOR; OR, THE FOURTH OF 
JUNE, THE. Mils. Int. C.G., 1789. N.p. 

BRITISH SLAVE. D. J. B. Howe. 

BRITISH SOLDIER, A. D. 4 a. Perth. 
Condie and Collier. Manchester, St. James's, 
December 11, 1899. 

BRITISH SOLDIER; OR, LIFE'S CAM 
PAIGN, THE Norwich T.. March 1(5, 1805. 

BRITISH STAGE; OR, THE EXPLOITS OF 
HARLEQUIN, THE. F. perf. at "both thea- 
tres." Pr. 1724. Designed as an after-piece to 
Harlequin Br. Faugtus and The Necromancer. 

BRITOMARTE, THE MAN-HATER. Effing- 
ham, July 2, 1866. 

BRITON, THE. T. Ambrose Philips. D.L., 
February 19, 1722. Pr. 1721. 

BRITON AND BOER. D. 4 a. Fred Cooke. 
Liverpool Star T., January 1, 1900; Greenwich, 
Morton's, August 20, 1900. 

BRITONS ROUSED. Int. with songs. C.G., 
May 16, 179S. 

BRITONS, STRIKE HOME; OR, THE 
SAILORS' REHEARSAL. Bal. F. Edwd. 
Philips. Pr. 1739. D.L., 1742. 

BRITONS, TO ARMS; OR, THE CONSUL 
IN ENGLAND. M.D. Archd. Maclaren. Pr. 
1803. 

BRITTANY FOLK V. 1 a. Lib. 'Walter 
Frith. M. by Alfred J. Caldicott. St. Geo. H., 
March 20, 1889. 

BRIXTON BURGLARY, THE. F. .3 a. Fred 
W. Sidney. Terry's, December 6, 1898; Strand, 
June 23, 1900. 

BROAD ARRO-VV, THE. D. 5 a. Gerald 
Holcroft. Standard, September 7, 1885. 

BROAD BUT NOT LONG. Extrav. C.G., 
June, 1814. 

BROAD PATH AND THE NARROW WAY, 
THE. D. Eccleshill Mechanics' Inst., March 
18. 1899. 

BROAD ROAD, THE. P. 3 a. Robt. 
Marshall. Terry's, November 5, 1898. 

BROADWAY BELLES, THE. M.F. 2 a. 
John Lacklands. Kingston County. June 5, 
1905. 

BROKEN AT THE FOUNTAIN. P. 1 a. R. 

Hope. Ladywell Parish H., May 25, 1905. 

BROKEN BAIL. D. 3 a. G. L. Gordon. 
Edinboro' Princess's, June 14, 1878. 

BROKEN BARRIER, THE. P. 4 a. H. C. 
M. Hardinge. Camberwell Metropole, March 2, 
1903. 

BROKEN BONDS. D. 5 a. A. C. Calmour. 
Brighton T.R., November 14, 1883. 

BROKEN BRANCH. Op. bo. 3 a. H. F. du 
Terreaux. Op. C, August 15, 1874. 

BROKEN BUTTERFLY, A. Dr. epis. Fred. 
Moule. Battersea Pal., April 5, 1909. 

BROKEN CHAIN; OR, THE LADY OF 
NUREMBERG, THE. P. Surrey, October, 

BROKEN COUPLING, THE. " M. Raillery 
of the Rails." la. M. by J. A. Moonie. Edin- 
burgh Waterloo R., February 21, 1890. 

BROKEN FETTERS. P. 1 a. Chas. Thursby. 
Mat. T. (late St. George's H.), July 22, 1897. 

BROKEN GOLD, THE. Bal. 0. Chas. Dib- 
din. C.G., February 8, 1806. 

BROKEN HALO, A. P. la. Charles Thursby. 
Globe, March 17, 1000. 



Collins'is M.H., 



BROKEN HEART, THE. T. 5 a. John 
Ford. Blackfriars, 1633. Pr. 1633. Rev. by 
Elizabethan Stage Society at Matinee T. (late 
St. George's H.), June 11, 1898; Royalty, 
November 21. 1904. 

BROKEN HEART: OR, THE FARMER'S 
DAUGHTER OF THE SEVERN SIDE, THE. 
Melo-d. D. Jerrold. City T., 1832. 

BROKEN-HEARTED CLUB, THE. Ca. 1 a. 
Stirling Coyne. Hay., January 16, 1868. 

BROKEN HEARTS. Fairy P. 3 a. W. S. 
Gilbert. Court, December 9, 1875; Savoy, June 
4, 1888. 

BiRiOiKiEiN HEARTlS. P. Z. Lutoin. Pavilicu 
(Jewish season). Aagusi. 24, 19o8. 

BROKEN HOME. City of London, July 4, 
1859. 

B'RlOiKEN IDOL. Sk. 
January 2, 1905. 

BROKEN IDYLLS. Ca. 1 a. Mabel S. Medd. 

BROKEN LIFE, A. P. 3 a. Louis N. Par- 
ker. Vaudeville, March 28, 1892, under title of 
Chris. Grand, May 2, 1892. 

BROKEN LILY, THE. D. Pro. and 3 a. E. 
Towers. East London, December 24, 1878. 

BROKEN LINKS. CD. 4 a. Henry Holmes. 
Richmond H.M.T., March 20, 1882; Stratford 
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BROKEN MELODY, THE. P. 3 a. Herbert 
Keene. James Leader, and J. T. lanner. 
P.O.W., July 28, 1892; Princess's, January 14, 
1902. 

BROKEN OFF. Ca. 1 a. Mrs. Newton 
Phillips. Ladbroke H., May 24, 1892; Ryde 
T.K., February 2, 1894 (an.at.;. 

BROKEN PEARLS. D. 4 a. W. J. Archer. 
City of London, June 10, 1867 

BROKEN PROMISES; OR, THE COLONEL, 
THE CAPTAIN, AND THE CORPORAL. Bal- 
lad 0. 3 a. Lyceum July 5, 1825. 

BROKEN SEAL. XHK. See Village Priest. 

BROKEN SIXPENCE, A. P. 1 a. Mrs. G. 
Thompson and Miss Kate Sinclair. Ladbroke 
H., April 11, 1889; Toole's, June 15, 1889. 

BROKEN SOIL. P. 3 a. Padraic M'Cor- 
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BROKEN SPELLS. D. 3 a. Westland 
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jiKOKEN STOCK-JOBBERS; OR, WORK 
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BROKEN STRING, THE. M.Ep. A. C. Cal- 
mour. Kingston T.R., December 14, 1890. 
Mat. T. (late St. George's H.), June 16, 1897. 

BROKEN SWORD; OR, THE TORRENT OF 
THE VALLEY, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. Adap. fr. 
the French, La Valee du Torrent, by Wm. 
Dimond. C.G., October 7, 1816. 

BROKEN TIES. Dom. D. 2 a. J. Palgrave 

Simpson. Olympic, June 8, 1872. 

BROKEN TO HARNESS. D. F. on Edmund 
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BROKEN TOYS. D. 2 a. John Daly. Sad- 
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BROKEN VOW, THE. Adap. fr. the French, 
VAhhi de Castro, by Dion Boucicault. Olym- 
pic, February, 1851. 

BROKEN VOW : A ROMANCE OF THE 
TIMES OF SIXTUS THE FIFTH, THE. D. 
5 a. Taken from L'Abbe de Castro by John 
Brougham. Lyceum, October 31, 1803. See 
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BROKKN VOWS; OR, LOVES CONFLICTS. 
D. ta. Edwd. Towers. East Loudon, February 
IS, 1871. 

BROKER BEWITCHED, THK. F. 2 a. Tr. 
(N.D.) 

BROKER OF BOGOTA, THE. T. Bird. 
1803-1854. 

BROKERS AHEAD. Sk. rarajion, April 0. 

iao8. 

BRONZE HORSE, THE. Fairy 0. Auber. 
M. adap. by Cooke. D.L., January 5, 1836. 

BRONZE HOUSE, THE. M. Spec. Howard 
Paul. F. ou Scribe and Auber's Le Cheval de 
Bronze. Alhambra, July 4, ISSl. 

BROOK, THE. M. Extrav. 2 a. N. Salsbury. 
' Liverpool Alexandra T., July 12, 1880; Alex- 
andra Pal., September 13, 1880. 

BROOKE OF BRAZENOSE. P. 3 a. Neville 
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8, 1905. 

BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER. D. 4 a. 
Frank Harvev. Ipswich Lyceum, August 10, 
1895; Hammersmith Lyric (5 a.), March 23. 189C. 

BROTHER AND SISTER. T. Ford, 1G33. 

BROTHER AND SISTER. CO. 1 a. Wm. 
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BROTHER BEN. F. 1 a. J. Maddisoi) 
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BROTHER BILL. F.C. 3 a. Carlton Dawc. 
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BROT'HEIR BU.L. Fax. Doiri. C. Sk. 1 a. 
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BROTHER BILL AND ME. F. 1 a. W. E. 

Suter. August, 1858. 

BROTHER BOB. J. B. Johnstone. Surrey T. 

BROTHER FOR BROTHER. D. 3 a. F. on 
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BROTHER GEORGE. CO. 3 i>. Frnnk 
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BROTHER OFFICERS. C. 3 a. Leo Tre- 
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BROTHER PELICAN: OR, FALKAS BABY. 
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BP^OTHER iSAiM. C. John Oxenford, 
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BROTHER TOM. Buckstone. 

BROTHER'S CRIME, A. D. 4 a. Vivian 
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BROTHER'S LIFE, A. D. W^ Gordon. 
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BROTHER'S PORTRAIT, A. P. 1 a. Ern. E. 
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BROTHER'S REVENGE, A. Victoria, March 
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BROTHER'S REVENGE, A. Sk. Bedford 
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BROIHICRHOOD OF THE SEVEN KINGS. 
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BROTHERS. C. 3 a. Chas. Coghlan. Court, 
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BROTHERS. D. 4 a. R. T. Sa-cr. Bar- 
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BROTHERS. Sk. C. U. WilliaiiKs Britan- 
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BROTHERS, THE. C. fr. Terence. Plot fr. 
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BROTHERS, THE. C. Jas. Shirley. Li- 
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BROTHERS, THE. T. Dr. E. Young. D.L., 
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BROTHERS, THE. C. 5 a. Riclid. Cumber- 
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BROTHERS, THE. C. in MS. In library of 
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BROTHERS. THE. School for ScandcS 
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BROTHERS. THE. Burla. 1 a. T. E. 
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BROTHERS, THE. C. 3 a. John Brock- 
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BROTHERS, THE. P. 1 a. Henry Byatt. 
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BROTHERS; OR, A PLUNGE IN THE 
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BROTHERS AND CHUMS. M. Ep. 2 a. 
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BROTHERS IN ARMS. D. Stalybridge 
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BROTHERS OF EDEN, THE. CD. R. Er 
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BROUGHT TO BOOK. Ca. 1 a. Fredk. 
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BROUGHT TO BOOK. CD. G. H. McDer- 
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BROUGHT TO JUSTICE. D. Henry Pet- 
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BROUGHT TO LIGHT. D. J. Percival. 
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BROUGHT TO LIGHT. D. 4 a. Edwd. 
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BROUGHT TO LIGHT; OR, WATCHING 
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BROUGHT TOGETHER. C 1 a. Fred 
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BROWN AND THE BRAHMINS; OR. CAP- 
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BROWN AT BRIGHTON. F.C. 3 a. Fen- 
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December 20, 1902. 

BiR'O'WX BEAR. Sk. Paragon M.H., Decem- 
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BROWN MAN, THE. M.D. M. by Mr. 
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BROWN OF B. CO. M. Ca. 1 a. Duncan 
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BROWN PAPER PARCEL. C 1 a. Pub. 

by S. French, Ltd. 

BROWNE THE MARTYR. F. 1 a. Tem- 
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BROWNE, WITH AN " E." 1 or 2 a. Leo- 
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BROWNIE AND THE PIANO-'lUNE'R ; OR, 
THJi PLVNO-TUNER AND THE BROWME. 
P. 4 cc. Wr. and wit'h jncid. m. com. by 
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BJlUiDiEiR VON ST. BEiRXHARD DIE. D. 

5 a. Antoji Ohorn. Great Queen Street , 

April 0, ^am. 

BKUM. F. Frank Deprez. Leeds T.R., March 
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BRUMMAGEM JIM; A TRAVELLERS 
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BRUNHOWELE. Mentioned by Henslowe as 
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BRUSOHINI I DUE. 0. RoMni. Venice, 
1819. 

BRUSCHIXO. 0. Rossini. Paris, Decemb?.- 
28. 1®57. 

BRUTUS. T. Miss Bernard. 1690. 

BRUTUS. T. Voltaire. 1730. 

BRUTUS (JUNIUS). T. Alfieri. 1783. 
Transl. by C. Lloyd, 1815. 

BRUTUS (JUNIUS). T. Andrieux. 1S28. 

BRUTUS (LUCIUS JUNIUS). T. Lee. 1679. 

BRUTUS (LUCIUS JUNIUS). T. Duncombe. 
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BRUTUS (MARCUS). T. Alfleri. 1783. 
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BRUTUS; OR, THE FALL OF TARQUIN. T. 
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BRUTUS AND CASSIUS. T. Chenier. 
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BRUTUS OF ALBA; OR, AUGUSTA'S TRL 
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BRUTUS OF ALBA; OR, THE ENCHANTED 
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BRUTUS ULTOR. T. 5 a. Michael Field. 
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BRUYERE, LA. See The Absent Man. 

BUBBLE, THE. A Droll by Kirkman fr. 
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BUBBLE AND SQUEAK. F. Fredk. Hay. 
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BUBBLE REPUTATION, A. F.C. 3 a. 
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BUBBLES. Dom. Ca la. Chas. S. Faw- 
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BUBBLES; OR, THE MATRIMONIAL 
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BUBBLES IN THE SUDS; OR. A VILLAGE 
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BUBBLES OF THE DAY. C. 5 a. D. Jer- 
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BUCCANEERS, THE. CO. 2 a. Lough- 
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BUCK IS A THIEP, THE. Whitehall, by 
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BUCK'S LODGE, THE. Int. D.L., 1790. 

BUCKINGHAM. Ac. at Rose T. by the Eail 
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BUCKINGHAM. D. 4 a. W. G. Wills. 
Olympic, November 29, 1875. 

BUCKINGHAM. C. Oa. Julian Edwards. 
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BUCKRAM IN ARMOUR. See The Dmip- 
pointed Gallant. 



BUCKSTONE AT HOME; OR, THE MANA- 
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BUCKSTONES ADVENTURE WITH A 
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BUCKSTONE'S ASCENT OF MOUNT PAR- 
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BUOKSTiONE'S VOYAGE ROUND THE 
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BUD AND BLOSSOM. P. 1 a. Lady Colin 
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BUDGET OF BLUNDERS, A. F. By Gref- 
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BUFFALO BILL. D. 4 a. George Roberts. 
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BUFFALO BILL; OR, A LIFE IN THE 
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Charles Hermann. Sanger's, May 28, 1887 (first 
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BUFFALO GIRLS; OR, THE FEMALE 
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BUFFO; OR, THE STORY OF A BROKEN 
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BUGLER BOB. Sk. Dora Langlois. Ports- 
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BUILDER OF BiRlDGES, THE. P. 4 a. 
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BUILDEIRS. TIHE. P. 3 a. Norah Keith. 
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BUILDING FUND, THE. C. 3 a. Wm. 
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BUILT ON SAND. D. 5 a. Frank Harvey. 
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BUKOVIN. O. Z. Fibich (influenced by 
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BULL. See John Bull. 

BULL BY THE HORNS, THE. F. d. 3 a. 
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BULL "iN A CHINA SHOP. C. 2 a. C. 
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BULL'S HEAD, THE. Oa. Lyceum, July 
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BULMiER'S THREAT. D. 1 a. Alex. M. 
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Ul'.MlJLKS COUKTSHIl". Comic int. 1 a. 
Franl< E. Krason 

BF.MBRUSHER. TIIE. F. Intended to be 
triinsl. into Latin and ac. before Fellows of 
L'niversitv of Cambridge. Pr. 1786. 

BUMP OF BENEVOLENCE, THE. Saville. 

BUNCH OF BERRIES, THE. F. E. L. 
Blanchard. Adelphi, May 8, 1875. 

BUNCH OF KEYS, A. M.C. 3 



a. 

Avenue, 



Clias. 
Augusi 



MANY COOKS 

Comedy D. 4 a. 

Balfcmr Inst., 



Hoyt and Geo. Lash Gordon. 
25. 1883. 

BUNCH OF SHAMROCKS, A. D. Frank 
Hateman and John Douglass. EdinburgU 
Royalty T., June 2, 1896. tC.p.) 

BUNCH OF VIOLETS, A. P. 4 a. F. on 
Octave Feuillet's Montjoye by Sydney Grundy. 
Hay., April 25, 1894. 

BUNCH OF VIOLETS. ,Sk. Prod, by A. 
Kstcourt. Einpreivs, March 8, 1907. 

BUNDLE OF PROLOGUES, A. Prel. sup- 
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BUNGALOW, THE. F.C. 3 a. F. by Fred 
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T. Dejazet, October 22, 1888. Prod, as Bache- 
lor's Quarters (c.p.), P.O.W., January 21, 
1889; Toole's, October 7, 1889. 

BUNGLES. C. 3 a. De SvertchkofI and 
Harry Morphew. Ealing Lyric H., December 
16, 1892. 

BUNKERED: OR, TOO 
SPOIL THE BROTH. Amer 
Gerald RansFev. Liveri)Ool 
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BUNKERING OF BETTY, THE. P. 1 a. 
Jean du Rocher. D.L., May 11, 1909 (mat.). 

BUNKUM MULLER. Hay., February 24, 
I 1S04, 

BUON'A FIGLITOLA MARITATA, LA. 0. 
Piociiii, Rome. 1769. >>ee The Accomplished 
Maid. 

BUONAPARTE; OR, THE FREEBOOTER. 
D. 3 a. John Scott Ripon. Pr. 1803. 

BURCH AND HIS DETRACTORS. F. Pres- 
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BURGLAR, THE. M.P. 1 a. Percy F. 
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BURGLAR ALARM AND THE DETECTIVE 
CAMERA; OR, DICK CLYDE'S INVENTION. 
.THE. D. John Gannon. Liverpool Adelphi, 
January 30, 1S93. 

BURGLAR AND THE BISHOP, THE. M. 
V. Sir J. Jocelyn Coghill, Bart. M. by 
Wellesley Batson. Folkestone Pier, May 22. 
1893. 

BURGLAR AND THE JUDGE, THE. F. 1 
a. F. C. Philips and C. H. E. Brookfield. 
Hay.. November 5, ls!»2; rw. Court, J-.uui-.uv 
20. 1893. 

BURGL.VR WHO FAILEID, THTl. C. 1 a. 
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BURGLAR'S BABY, THE. CD. 3 a. John 
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BURGLAR'S DARLING, A. Scena. Herbert 
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BURGLAR'S DILEMMA, THE. Sk. Francis 
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BURGLAR'S EXTRA TURN. THE. M. Sea. 
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BURGLARS. Farcl. T. 3 a. Mark Mel- 
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1U'U<;LARS. F. 2 a. P.itrick Wharncliff. 
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1903. (C.p.) 

BURGLARS. P. 1 a. Sivori Levey. Bays- 
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BURGLARY. F. 1 a. C. J. Me.id Allen. 

BURGOMASTER OF SAARDAM; OR, THE 
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September, 1818. Rev. at Hay., September, 
1824, as 'Twould Puzzle a Conjurer. 

BURGOMASTER'S DAUGHTER. Maryle- 

bone. May 25, 1863. 

BURIAL OF CHRIST. See " Miracle 
Plays." 

BURIED ALIVE. Melod. Adap. fr, the 
French by H. M'Pherson. Newcastle-ou-Tyne 
Amphi., May 1, 1S99. 

BURIED TALENT, A. P. 3 a. L. N. Par- 
ker. Sherborne Assembly Ro., December 3, 
1880; afterwards pi. in 1 a, Glasgow Royalty, 
May 23, 1890; Vaudeville, June 5, 1890; 
Corhedy, May 19, 1892. 

BURMESE IDOL, A. D. 1 ,".. M vvr. an<l 
comp. bv L. Stiles. Kimcston County, May -In, 
1907. 

BURNING OF JOHN HUSS, THE. T. 
Ralph Radcliff. N.p 

BURNING OF SODOM, THE. T. Ralph 
Radcliff. N.p. 

BURNSIDE AND CO. : A HOUSE OF CARDS. 
P. 3 a. Georges Mitchell. Adap. by L. N. 
Parker. Dublin T.R., October 1, 1903. 

BURNT OFFERING, A. D. 1 a. Austin 
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St. Alban's H., July 17, 1894. 

BURY FAIR. C. Thos. Shadwell. F. 
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and "on Duke of Newcastle's Triumphant 
Widow. Ac. and pr. 1689. 

BUSH KING. THE. D. 4 :i. W. J. Lin- 
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BUSHMAN AND SOLDIER. Sk. Nat Gould. 
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BUSHRANGERS, THE. Melo-d. Bernard 
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1904. 

BUSUWIFE. THE. P. I a. Mrs. St. C'uir 
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BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. C. 3 a. By 
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BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. P. 3 a. Sydney 
Grundy. Adap. fr. " Les Affaires .".out les 
Affaires " of Octave Mirbeau. H.M., May 13, 
1905. 

BUSIRIS, KING OF EGYPT. T. Rev. Ed- 
Edwd. Young, LL.B. D.L., March 7, 1718. Pr. 
1719. 

BUSSY D'A:MB0IS. T. Geo. Chapman. Ac. 
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BUSSY DAMBOIS: HIS REVENGE. T. 
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BUSSY D'AMBOIS; OR, THE HUSBANDS 
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BUSTLE'S BRIDE. M.F. Bernard Capes. 
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18S4. 

BUSTOWN BY THE SEA. C.Sk. E. C. 
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Bri.xt-on Empress, October 21, 1C07. 

BUSY BODY, THE. C. 3 a. Mrs. Su- 
sannah Centlivre. Based on Dryden's " Sir 
M:irtin Marall." 1667. D.L., May 12, 1709. 
I'l. 1709. Hay., 1828, and July, 18.55. 



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BUSY BODY, THE. C. Trausl. fr. "The 
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Pr. 1781. 

BUSY BODY, THE. See Too Curious by 
Half. 

BUSY DAY, A. C. 3 a. Lib. W. A. Brab- 
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BUT, HOWEVER. F. 1 a. H. Mayhew and 
H. BavUs. Hay., October 20, 1830; 'I.R., Btl- 
fast, January 31, 1876. 

BUTHRED. T. Anonymous. Ca'led in Scot- 
land Blue-thread and in Ireland Butter-head. 
Said to have been by Mr. Johnstone, author 
of The Reverie, Chrysal, and other pieces, but 
not substantiated. CO., December S, 177S. 
Pr. 1778. 

BUTLER, THE. Dom.C. 3 a. Mr. and 
Mrs. Herman iMerivale. Manchester T.R., 
November 24, 1886; Toole's, December 6, 1886. 

BUTTE DES MOULIN, LA. O. Boieldiou. 
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BUTTERCUP AND DAISY. M.C. 3 a. Geo. 
Dance. M. by Arthur Richards and others. 
Liverpool Court, June 17, 1895; Kilburn T., 
September 0, 1S95. 

BUTTERFLIES. M.p. 3 a. F. on the fan- 
tastic C. The Palace of Puck. W. J. Locke. 
Hay., April 2, 1907. Rn-written by same author. 
J. A. Robertson. Newcastle, Tyne, April 20, 
1908. Apollo, May 12, 190S. 

B'UTTERFLIES IN FAIRYLAND. Sk. Hipp., 
December 23. 1904 

BUTTERFLY. C. Mrs. Comyns Carr. An 
adap. of Frou-Frou. Glasgow Gaiety, Septem- 
ber 12. 1879. 

BUTTERFLY, THE. P. la. Walter 
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BUTTERFLY FEVER. C. 3 a. Re-adap. fr. 
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May 17, 1881. 

BUTTERFLY KISSES. P. 1 a. Carmel 
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BUTTERMILK VOLUNTEERS. Adelphi, 
Mav P, 1850. • 

BUXOM JOAN. Burl. Mr. Willett. Taken 
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Love for Love. Hay., June, 1778. Pr. 1778. 

BY AND BY. Rom. C. 4 a. St. George's H., 
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BY COMMAND OF THE CZAR. D. R. 
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BY LAND AND SEA. D. 4 a. J. A. Camp- 
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BY MUTUAL CONSENT. Ca. la. Charles 
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BY ORDER OF THE CZAR. See Under the 
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BY ROAi> AND RAIL. M. Sk. Corney 
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BY ROYAL COMMAND. CD. 3 a. Edwd. 
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BY SPECIAL REQUEST. Ca. 1 a. J. Mal- 
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BY STILL WATERS. Ep. in Arcady. A. F. 
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BY THE HAND OF A WOMAN. D. 4 a. 
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1902. 

BY THE LIGHT OF A CANDLE. P. la. 
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BY THE MIDLAND SEA. Ep. Justin 
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BY THE SEA. D. 1 a. Adap. by Alec Nel- 
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Bl THIS TOKEN. Ca. la. J. Keith An 
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BY WHOSE HAND? P. 4 a. Eugene 
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BYE-ELECTION, THE. Sk. Canterbury, 
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BYEWAYS. C. la. Geo. S. Payne. 
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BYGONE DAYS. CD. Prol. and 3 a. Cyril 
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1899. 

BYGONES. Ca. 1 a. A. W. Pinero. Ly- 
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BYRON. See Borbonne. 

BYRON'S CONSPIRACY. Geo. Chapman. 
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CABAL, THE. As ac. in George Street. 
Pr. 1703. 

CABAL AND LOVE. T. Transl. fr. the 
German of Schiller. Pr. 1795. N. ac. See 
Harper's Daughter. 

CABARET DE LUSTUCRU, LE. See FoUics 
of a Night. 

CABDRIVER. Buckstone. 

CABIN BOY, THE. M. Ent. 1 a. D.L., June 
28, 1836. 

CABIN BOY, THE. D. 2 a. Edwd. Stir- 
ling. Adelphi, March 9, 1846. 

CABINET, THE. CO. 3 a. Thos. Dibdin. 
F on an ancient ballad, " The Golden Bull." 
M. by Reeve, Moorhead, Davy, Corri, and 
Braham. C.G., February 9, 1802, and July 25, 
1S04. 



CABINET AND CUPID, THE. P. la. 
Edwd. Ferris and B. P. Matthews. Sheffield 
T.R., September 12, 1902. 

CABINET MINISTER, THE. F. 4 a. A. W. 
Pinero, Court, April 23, 1890; rev. Hay., June 
1, 1905. 

CABINET QUESTION, A. CD. 1 a. 
J. R. Planche. Hay., September 23, 1845. 

CABINET SECRET, A. C 2 a. L. H. F. 
Du Terreaux. Philharmonic, October 19, 1872. 

CABLE CAR, THE. Howellian Burl. 2 a. 
Clara Harriet Sherwood. C.P. 1891. 

CABMAN No. 93. F. T. J. Williams. Ly- 
ceum, December 26, 1867. 

CABOTINS. P. 4 a. Edouard Pailleron. 
Jtoyaity, January 17, W06. 



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G3 



Lulli, Paris, 
O. Cluck. 



Orat. Rossi. 



Bantock. 



CADI. THK. O.U. Atiap. of Le C'aid by 
Arthur Matthison. Maneliester I'liiice's, De- 
cember 8. 18S0. 

CADI OF BAGDAD, THK. CO. ."i a. Abra- 
ham Portal. D.L., February 19, l"7s. Songs 
only piihlislied. 

CADI'S DAUGHTER, TIIF. Oa. la. E. 
Filzoail. M. by kelson. D.L., January 27, 
1851. 

CADMUS ET HERMIONE. O. 
1?52. 

CADUTA DE GIGAXTI, LA. 
day., January 7, 1746. 

CADUTA DE GIGANTI, LA. 
(In MS.) 

CAEDMAR. O. 1 a. Granville 
Crystal Palace, October IS, 1892. 

CAELIA: OR, THE PERJURED LOVER. T. 
Clias. Johnson. Ep. bv H. Fielding. D.L., De- 
cember II, 1732. Pr. "l733. 

CAELINA ; OR, A TALE OF MYSTERY. D. 
2 a. John Wallace. Pr. 1S02. Taken fr. a Fr. 
play, CcFlina on L'Enfant du Mystire, by Guil- 
bert de Pi.\erecourt. 

CAERNARVON; OR, THE BIRTH OF THE 
PRINCE OF WALES. M. Ent. John Rose. M. 
by Attwood. Hay., August 12, 1793. Pr. 1793. 

CAES.4R. See King Caesar. 

CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA. P. 5 a. G. Ber- 
nard Shaw. Nevvcastle-on-Tyne T.R., March 15, 
1S99; Leeds G.T., September 16, 1SMJ7 ; Savoy, 
Ncvembi^r 2,5, 1907. 

CAESAR AND POMPEY. Rom. T. Geo. 
Chapman. Ac. Blackfriars, 1607. Pr. 1607. 

CAESAR AND POMPEY. See Warres of 
Pompcy and Caesar. 

CAESAR AND POMPEY; OR, CAESAR'S 
REVENGE, THE TRAGEDY OF. Ac. by stu- 
dents at Oxford. Pr. 1607. 

CAESAR AND POMPEY, THE HISTORY OF. 
Ac. before loSO 

CAESAR BORGIA. P. 4 a. J. H. McCarthy. 
Edinburgh Royai, October 21, 1907. 

CAESAR BORGIA, SON TO POPE ALEX- 
ANDRA VI. T. in blank verse. Nath. Lee. 
Duke's T.. 16S0. Pr. 16S0. Plot built on his- 
tories of Guicciardini and Marina and Ricant's 
Lives of the Popes. Rev. Hay., August 19, 
1707; D.L., January 3, 1719. 

CAESAR IN EGYPT. T. An adap. by Colley 
Cibber of The False One, and taken fr. Ponip6e 
if Corneille. D.L., December 9, 1724. Pr. 1725. 

CAESAR, THE WATCH DOG OF THE 
DASTLE. Rom. D. 2 a. Adap. fr. the Fr. Mon- 
Tfieff. Victoria, April 29, 1844. 

CAESAR'S FALL. John Webster, Drayton, 
Middleton and Muiiday. 1602. 

CAESAR'S REVENGE. T. 

C.VESAR'S TRAGEDY. Ac. before the Court 
It Whitehall, May, 1613. Sup. to be the T. 
3f Julius Caesar. 

CAESAR'S WIFE. P. 
' L'Enigme." Paul Hervien 
:, 1902. 

CAFE CONCERT. THE. M.Sk. Chas. Par- 
<ons and Will Ashworth. M. comp. bv C. B. 
Ifearsley in 2 &c. Empress, June 17, 1907. 

CAFFRES; OR, BURIED ALIVE, 
dus. Ent. 2 a. Ascr. to Mr. E\Te. 
'. Davy and others. C.G., June 2, 'l802. 

CAGLIOSTRO, THE MAGACIAN. D. 
Marke. Park, June 12, 1875. 

CAGNOTTE, LA. F. E. Labiche and A. Dela- 
our. Gaiety, June, 1880; Royaitv, March 4, 
907. 



OR, UK ART FOR HEART, THE. 
niund Falconer. Lyceum, December 



2 a. Transl. of 
Wyndham's, March 



THE. 

M. bv 
N.p. 
C. A. 



CAGOT; 
P 5 a. E 

6, 1S56. 

CAID, LE. O. A. Thomas. Pari.s, 1849. 8e 
The Cadi. 

CAIN. 3 a. 

CAIN; OR 

ton-on-Tees T.R., 
CAIO GRACCO 



Mystery. Byron. Pr. 
A YEAR AND A DAY. 

August 26, 1878. 

O. Leo. 1720. See Gracchus. 



182; 

D. atock- 



Sad- 



Miss 

OR, 

3 a. 
2 a, 
the 



I CAITIFF OF CORSICA; OR, THE UNIVER- 
SAL BANDITl'S, THE. Hist. D. 5 a. Pr. 1807. 
N. ac. 

CAIUS GRACCHUS. T. John Joshua. Earl 
of Carysfort. Pr. 1810 

CAIUS GRACCHUS. T. .5 a. J. Sheridan 
Knowles. 1815. D.L., November 18, 1823. 

CAIUS GRACCHUS. T. Monti. 1S25. Rend. 
into Fr. by Duplissis, 1854, and into Eng. by 
Lord J. Russell, 1S30. 

j CAIUS MARIUS, HISTORY AND FALL OF. 

I T. T. Otway. An adap. of Shakespeare's Romeo 
and Juliet. The plot may be found in Plu- 
tarch's " Life of Caius Marius " and in Lucan's 

; " Pharsalia." Duke's T., 1680. Pr. lOaO. Hay., 
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! -May 10, 1717. 

CALANDRIA, LA. C. Bibbi. 14!)0. The first 
[ Italian C. 

1 CALAYNOS. T. 5 a. Geo. H. Baker. 
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CALDRON. THE Pant. D.L., 1785 
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CALEB QUOTEM AND HIS WIFE; 
PAINT, POETRY, AND PRETTY. O. 
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Hay., July 6, 1798, as Throw Physic to 
Dogs. 

CALEB WILLIAMS. See The Iron Chest. 

CALEDON'S TEARS; OR, WALLACE. T. 
G. Nesbit. Pr. 1733. 

CALEDONIA; OR, THE PEDLAR TURNED 
MERCHANT. T.C Pr. 1700. 

CALEDONIAN LAURELS; OR, THE HIGH- 
LANDER'S RETURN. Ballet by Byrne. D.L.. 
November 3, 1815. 

CALIFE DE BAGDAD, LE. 0. Boieldieu. 
Paris, 1800. 

CALIFFO DI BAGDAD. See Adiiia. 

CALIFORNIA JOE. D. J. G. Rainbow. 
Rotherham T.R., January 21, 1878. 

CALIFORNIAN GIRL, A. D. H. E. Fielding. 
Tonypandy T.R., August 15, 1902. CP. 

CALIGULA, EMPEROR OF ROME. T. in 
rhyme by J. Crowne. Plot taken fr. Suetonius's 
" Life of Caligula." Ac. D.L., 1698. Pr. 1698. 

CALIPH OF BAGDAD, THE. 0. E.xtrav. 
1 a. W. Brouuli. Strand, December 26, 1867. 

CALIPH VALID A.MANZOR. See Almyna. 

CALIRiRUOE. Cant. Dr. J. F. Bridge. 

CALIRRHOE. D. in verse. Michael Field. 
Pr. 1884. 

CALISTA. 0. Pr. 1731. 

CALISTHENE. T. Pirou. 1780. 

CALISTO; OR, THE CHASTE NYMPH. 
Masque. J. Crowne. Plot f. on Ovid's " Meta- 
morphoses. Wr. 1675. Several times perf. at 
Court. 

CALISTO AND MELIBEA. Int. Publ. circa 
1530. 

CALL AGAIN TO-MORROW. M.F. 1 a. Don 
T. De Trueba v Cosio. Lyceum, July 14, 1834. 

CALL TO ARMS. Dom. P. 4 a. Manchester 
Metro. T., June 30, 1902. 



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CALL TO APvMS, A. Sk. in 1 sc. H. Edlin. 
Oxford, May 8, 1909 (mat.). 

CALLED BACK. P. in prol. and 3 a. Adap. 
fr Hugh Conway's novel by the author and 
Comyns Carr. P.O.W. (late Prince's), May 20, 
1884; Hay., November 10, 1890. 

CALLED BACK. D. Adap. by John C. 
Chute fr. Hugh Conway's novel. Eastbourne 
Dev. Park T., August 2.5, 1884; Sanger's Amphi- 
theatre, September 20, 1884. 

CALLED BACK. D. F. on Hugh Conway's 
novel. Derby Lecture H., September 1, 1884. 

CALLED BACK. See Called Back Again, 
Called There and Back, The Scalded Back. 

CALLED BACK AGAIN. Burl. Parody of 
Called Back bv Albert Chevalier. Plymouth 
T.R., July 13, 1885. 

CALLED THERE AND BACK. Burl. Parody 
of Called Back by Herman C. Merivale. Gaiety, 
October 15, 1884. 

CALLED TO THE BAR,. F. Portman Rooms, 
May 16, 1892. 

CALLED TO THE FRONT. Military D. Ser- 
geant Towner and Frank Beaumont. Britan- 
nia, April 29, 1885. 

CALTHORPE CASE, THE. D. 4 a. Arthur 
Goodrich. Vaudeville, December 14, 1887. 

CALUMNY. P. 3 a. Adap. by Malcolm Wat- 
son fr. the Spanish D. El Gran Galeoto by Jos6 
Echegaray. Shaftesbury, April 4, 1889. 

CALVAIRY. Cant. Spohr. 1784-1859. 

CALYPSO. Masque. Pr. 1778. Closely traced 
fr. Fenelon, but varied fr. Mr. Hughes's. 

CALYPSO. 0. Richd. Cumberland. M. by 
Butler. C.G., 1779. Pr. 

CALYPSO. CO. Robt. Houlton. Smock 
Alley, Dublin, 1785. N.p. 

CALYPSO. 0. Winter. 1803. See Gracchus. 

CALYPSO; OR, THE ART OF LOVE. E.xtrav. 
Alfd. Thompson. Court, May 0. 1874. 

CALYPSO AND TELEMACHUS. O .lohn 
Hughes. M. by Galliard. Queen's T. in Hay., 
Pr. 1712. 

CALYPSO, QUEEN OF OGYGIA. Burl. la. 
Sheridan Brookes. Sadler's Wells, April 15, 1865. 

CAMARADERIE, LA. C. Scribe. 1837. 

CAMARALZAMAN. Fairy C. James. 1848. 

CAMARALZAMAN. Burl. D. in prol. and 3 a. 
F. C. Burnand. Gaiety, January 31, 1884. 

CAMARALZAMAN AND BADOURA. 1 a. 
Brothers Brough. 

CAMARALZAMAN AND THE FAIR BA- 
DOURA; OR, THE BAD D(J)INN AND THE 
GOOD SPIRIT. Extrav. 2 a. H. J. Byron. 
Vaudeville, November 22, 1871. 

CAMARONIANS, THE. Standard, November 
7, 1863. 

CAMBERWELL BROTHERS. THE. Burl, on 
The Corsican Brothers. C. Selby. Olympic, 
April 20, 1852. 

CAMBIALE DI MATRIMONIO, LA. 0. Ros- 
sini. Venice, 1810. 

CAMBIO DELLA VALIZIA, IL. 0. Ro.s- 
sini. Venice, 1812. 

CAMBRO BRITONS. Hii*t. P. 3 a. Jas. Boa- 
den. Hay., July 21, 1798. Pr. 1798. 

CAMBRO-BRITONS; OR, FISHGARD IN AN 
TPROAR, THE. Mus. Int. C.G., May 31, 1797. 
N.p. 

CAMBYSES, KING OF PERSIA. P. in old 
n-.etre. Thos. Pre.ston. Story taken fr. Herodo- 
tus and Justin. (N.d.) About 1569. Referred 
to by Shakespeare, 1 Hen. IV., ii. 4. 



CAMBYSES, KING OF PERSIA. T. Elkanah 
Settle. Duke's T., 1675. Pr. 1671. 

CAMERA OBSCURA. A. F. Geo. Walter 
Browne. Sanger's Amphi., October 24, 1879. 

CAMILLA. 0. Transl. fr. Italian by Owen 
MacSwiny. D.L. and Hay., 1706. Pr. 1706. 

CAMILLA, THE WILD FLOWER OF THE 
WILDERNESS. D. Alfred Hillier. Middles- 
bro' T.R., March 30. 1874; Govan T. of Varie- 
ties, June 11, 1877. 

CAMILLA OF CAMDEN TOWN. Burl, by 
Harry Dymond Stuckey. Camden Town Park 
H., April 3, 1893. 

CAMILLA OSSIA IL SOTTERANEO. 0. 
Paer. 1801. 

CAMILLA'S HUSBAND. D. 3 a. By Watts 
Phillips. Olympic, November 10, 1862. 

CAMlLLE. Italian ver. of Alexandre Dumas' 
La Dame aux Camelias. Lyric, May 24, lSO;i 
(Eleouora Duse's season). 

CAMILLE. P. 5 a. Heron. Publ. by J. Dicks. 

CAMILLE. D. 5 a. Adap. by B. Hill fr. La 
Dame aux Camillas. Adelphi, September 8, 
1902. 

CAMILLE; OR, AN AUTUMNAL DREAM. 
D. 3 a. W. G. Wills. Cambridge T.R., August 
20, 1877. 

CAMMA. T. Corneille. 1661. 

CAMOMILLE, LA. C. 1 a. C. Darantifere and 
M. Soulie. Coronet, October 22. 1900. 

CAMP, THE. Mus. Ent. 2 a. Possibly by R. 
Brinsley Sheridan. D.L., October 15, 1778. 

CAMP, THE. Military Div. D.L., October 25, 
1825. 

CAMP AT CHOBHAM, THE. F. 1 a. Mark 
Lemon. Adelphi, June 30, 1853. 

CAMP AT THE OLYMPIC. THE. Extrav. 
and Dr. Review. J. R. Planch^. Olympic, Oc- 
tober 17, 1853. 

CAMP DE SILESIE. O. Meyerbeer. Berlin, 
1844. 

CAMPAIGN, THE. Joseph Addison. 1672- 
1719. 

CAMPAIGN, THE. See Love and War. 

CAMPAIGN; OR, LOVE IN THE EAST 
INDIES, THE. O. Mr. Robt. Jephson. N.p. 
C.G., May 12, 178.5. Previously ac. at Dublin. 

CAMPAIGNERS; OR, PLEASANT ADVEN- 
TUK,ES AT BRUSSELS, THE. C. T. D'Urfey. 
Plot partly taken fr. novel called '" Female 
Falsehood." D.L., 1098. Pr. 1698. 

CAMPAIGNING. F.C. 3 a. Criterion, May 
24, 1879. 

CAMPANO; OR, THE WANDERING MIN- 
STREL. Mus. C. 3 a. Adap. fr. the Fr. of 
Henri de Gorsse and Georges Elwall by G. D. 
Day. M. by Edwd. Jakobowski. Leeds Grand, 
September 8, 1898. 

CAMPASPE. See Alexander and Campaspe 
and Cupid and Campaspe. 

CAMPDEN WONDER, THE. P. 3 so. J. 
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CAMPING OUT. P. 4 a. Bronson Howard. 
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CAMPING OUT. Sk. Hammersmith Pal., 
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CAMPION; OR, A PEARL OF CHRISTEN- 
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CAN A WOMAN BE GOOD? Dom. P. 4 a. 
C. Watson Mill. Chatham (R., September C> 
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CANAL BOAT, THK. D. Swansea T.R., Sep- 
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CANARD A TROIS BECS, LA. Fr. O. BoufTe. 
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CANARY, THE. C. .3 a. Goo. Flemin};. 
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CANCER. P. in Latin. Supixtscd to have 
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CANDIDA. P. 3 a. Geo. Bernard Shaw. 
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CANDIDATE, THE. F. John Dent. Hay., 
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CANDIDATE, THE. C. 3 a. Adap. by J. H. 
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CANDLEMAS DAY: OR, THE KILLING OP 
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CANKER IN THE ROSE, A. D. 1 a. Lionel 
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CANNIE SOOGAH; OR. THE WEARING OF 
THE GREEN, THE. D. Dublin T.R., Alay 12, 
1873. 

CANTAB, THE. F. 1 a. T. W. Robertson. 
Strand, February 14, 1861. 

CANTABS, THE. F. C.G., May 21, 1787. N.p. 
CANTEMIR. 0. F. E. Fesca. 1789-1826. 

CANTERBURIE. HIS CHANGE OF DIOT ; 
WHICH SHEWETH VARIETY OF WIT AND 
MIRTH. Privately ac. at Westminster. Pr. 1644. 

CANTERBURY GUESTS: OR, A :5ARG41N 
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CANTERBURY PILGRIMS, THE. O. 3 a. 
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CANUTE THE GREAT. P. in ver.-e. Michael 
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CANVASS; OR, THE CHILD IN THE SUDS, 
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CAP-MAKER'S DAUGHTER, THE. Rom. P. 
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CAPE MAIL, THE. D. 1 a. Adap. fr. tiie 
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CAPE ST. VINCENT; OR, BRITISH 
VALOUR TRIUMPHANT. Mus. Ent. D.L., 
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Glorious First of June. N.p. 

CAPERS. M.F.C. 3 a. Wr. and comp. by 
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CAPERS. F.C. Fanny Marriott and Ken- 
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CAPITAL AND LABOUR. D. 4 a. W. S. 
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CAPITAL IDEA, A. F. Frank Arlon and 
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1--71. 



CATITAL JOKE, A. Oa. 1 a. Fredk. .1« 
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CAPITAL MATCH, A. F. la. J. Maddi- 
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CAPITAL MATCH, A. Ca. la. Wm. Par- 
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CAPITALISTE, LE. Monol. M. C. Cros. 
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CAPOCHIO AND DORINNA. Mus. Ent. 
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CAPOCHIO AND DORINNA. See The Happy 
Captive. 

CAPITOLA: OR, THE MASKED MOTHER 
AND THE HIDDEN HAND. D. 3 a. C. H. 

Hazlewood. City of Loudon, 1860. 

CAPRICE. P. 4 a. Howard P. Taylor. 
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CAPRICE, A. P. 1 a. Transl. fr. Alfred dc 
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CAPRICE, A. Transl. fr. Alfred de Musset 
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December 16, 1905. 

CAPRICES OF A LOVER, THE. C. Goethe. 

1769. 

CAPRICIOUS BEAUTi', A. C. 4 a. Adap. 

fr. the German by Major D'Arcy. Aldershot 
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CAPRICIOUS LADY. THE. F. Ascr. to 
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CAPRICIOUS LADY, THE. C. Alt. fr. 
Beaumont and Fletcher's The Scornful Lady by 
Wm. Cooke. C.G., January 17, 1783. 

CAPBICIOUS LOVERS, THE. C. Mr. Oding- 
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Pr. 1727. 

CAPRICIOUS LOVERS, THE. CO. Robt. 
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CAPRICIOUS LOVERS, THE. Mus. Ent. 
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CAPTAIN, THE. C. Beaumont and Fletcher. 
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CAPTAIN, THE. Sensational D. 3 a. Don 
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CAPTAIN, THE. F.C. 3 a. W. F. Field. 
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CAPTAIN, THE. See Tricks. 

CAPTAIN BILLY. Oa. \ a. Words by 
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CAPTAIN BIRCHELLS LUCK. P. 3 a. 
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CAPTAIN BRASSBOUNDS CONVERSION. 
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CAPTAIN CHARLOTTE. P 2 a. Edwd. 
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CAPTAIN COOK. A Serious Panto. C.G., 
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CAPTAIN CUTTLE. D. Sk. 3 a. John 
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(' VI'TAIN DARE. C. 3 a. Robert Wilford. 
.Mancliester St. James's T., January 22, 1903. 

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CAPTAIN DIEPPE. P. 3 a. Anthony Hope 
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CAPTAIN DREW ON LEAVE. P. 4 a. 
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CAPTAIN DREYFUS. Yiddish Melo-d. 4 a. 
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CAPTAIN DREYFUS. Dr. fr. Military Epis. 
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CAPTAIN FRITZ. M.C.D. 5 a. H. Hamil- 
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CAPTAIN GERALD. D. J. B. Howe. Bri- 
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CAPTAIN GERALD; OR, THE HIGHWAY- 
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CAPTAIN IS NOT AMISS, THE. F. la. 
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CAPTAIN JOHN HALL, THE FIRST HIGH- 
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CAPTAIN KETTLE. D. 4 a. Malcolm Wat- 
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CAPTAIN KIDD. Sk. W. J. Mackay. 

CAPTAIN KIDD; OR, THE BOLD BUC- 
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10, 1S83. 

CAPTAIN KIDD; OR, THE BUCCANEERS. 
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CAPTAIN MARIO, THE COMEDIE OF 
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CAPTAIN O'BLUNDEH; OR, THE BRAVE 
IRISHMAN. F. Thos. Sheridan. Goodman's 
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CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD. CO. Fredk 
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CAPTAIN OF THE NIGHT HAWK, THE. 
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CAPTAIN OF THE VULTURE, THE. Nauti- 
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CAPTAIN OP THE WATCH, THE. F. 1 a. 
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CAPTAIN PRO TEM. V. Mark Lemon. 
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CAPTAIN SMITH. F. 1 a. Miss E. Berrie. 
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CAPTAIN SPENT'S PROPOSALS. F. 1 a. 
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CAPTAIN STARLIGHT; OR, THE LOST 
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CAPTAIN STEVENS. C Selby. Strand. 

CAPTAIN SWIFT. P. 4 a. C. Haddon 
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CAPTAIN THERESE. CO. 3 a. Alex. Bis- 

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CAPTAIN THO.MAS STUKELEY, WITH HIS 
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DAUGHTER, AND VALIANT ENDING OF 
HIS LIFE AT THE BATTAILE OF ALCAZAR, 
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF. Pr. 1605. 

CAPTAIN TOM DRAKE. D. 3 a. W. Ste- 
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CAPTAIN UNDERWIT. P. Pr. by A. H. 
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CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER. C 1 a. Mrs. and 
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CAPTAIN'S GHOST, THE. Reynoldson. 

CAPTIFS, LES. C. Rotrou. 1635. Fr. the 
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CAPTIVATING CARMEN. Burl. Martin 
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CAPTIVE, THE. C. Isaac Bickerstaflf. M. 
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CAPTIVE, THE. Monol. D. M. G. Lewis. 
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CAPTIVE; OR, THE LOST RECOVERED. 
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CAPTIVE MONARCH, THE. T. Richd. Hey. 
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CAPTIVE OF SPILSBURG, THE. M. Ent. 
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CAPTIVE PRINCESS, THE. T. Dr. Smith. 
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CAPTIVES, THE. P. Pr. by A. H. Bullen in 
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CAPTIVES. THE. T. J. Gay. D.L., January 
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CAPTIVES, THE. C. Transl. fr. Plautus by 
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CAPTIVES, THE. T. John Delap. D.L., 
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CAPTIVl (B.C. 254-184). Plautus C (Latin). 
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CAPTIVITY. Orat. Crotoh. 1775-1847. 

CAPTIVITY. THE. Orat. Goldsmith, 1728- 
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CAPTURE OF VENUS. THE. M. Phantasy. 
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CAPTURED BY BRIGANDS. Sk. Empress, 
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CARACTACUS. Dr. Poem. W. Mason. Pr. 
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CAUACTACL'S. Uiit. T. 6 a. Alt. If. Jtieuu- 
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UAKAVAN ; OR, CARAVANSERA, TUK. M. 
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CARAVAN; OR, THE DRIVER AND HIS 
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CARAVAXNE, LA. O. Gretry. 17S3. 

CARD BASKET, THE. 
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CARD CASE, THE. 
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CARDINAL, THE. T. 
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CARDINAL'S D.\UGHTER. Marylebone. 
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CARDS, THE PLAY OF. D. Meut. in 
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CARDS OF INVITATION. Mus. Sk. Corney 
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CAREFUL SERVANT AND THE CARELESS 
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CARELESS HUSBAND, THE. C. Colley 
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CARELESS LOVERS, THE. C. Edwo. 
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CARES OF LOVE; OR, A NIGHT'S AD- 
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CARIB CHIEF, THE. T. 5 a. Twiss 
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CARL. O. 1 a. Words by Shedden Wilson. 
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CARL'S FOLLY. Pastoral P. 4 a. Clay M. 
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CARLO LEONI. Britannia, March 7, 1859. 



CARLO MAGNO. 0. J. Coe'i-uuzi. Rome, 
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CARLYON SAHIB. P. 4 a. Gilbert Murray. 
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Burl. 



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CARMEN; OR, SOLD FOR A SONG. 
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CARNIVAL OF VENICE, THE. CO. Richd. 
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CAROLAN. Moral D. 5 a. Howell Victor. 
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CARROT AND PA SNIP; OR, THE KING, 
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CARROTTINA. O. Pub. by S. French, Ltd. 

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CARRY'S TRIUMPH. D. Edinburgh O.U., 
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CARTE DE VISITE. F. 1 a. Montague Wil- 
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CARTE FORCEE, LA. C. 2 a. Cr^mieux 
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CARTER OF LIVERPOOL, THE. D. Liver- 
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CARTESMUNDA, THE FAIR NUN OF WIN- 
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CARTHAGINIAN, THE. C. Transl. fr. 
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CARTHUSIAN FRIAR; OR, THE AGE OF 
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CARTHUSIANA. " Apropos." 1 a. B. C. 
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CARTOUCHE. W. Travers. 

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CARTOUCHE AND CO.; OR, THE TICKET- 
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CARTWRIGHT. P. Wr. by Wm. Uuugh- 
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CARYSWOLD, A STORY OF MODERN 
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CHARLEY'S AUNT. F.C. 3 a. Brandon 
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CHARLIE. M.Ca. 1 a. Herbert Harraden, 
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CHARLOTTE; OR, ONE THOUSAND 
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CHARLOTTE CORDAY. D. 4 a. Kyrle 
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CHARLOTTE MARIA. F.C. 3 a. Frank 
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CHARLOTTE ON BIGAMY. P. la. Ed- 
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CHEERFUL KNAVE, THl',. i'. 3 :i. Keble 
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CHEROKEE, THE. CO. Jas. Cobb. D.L., 
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CHERRIES. Ca. Dublin Gaiety, February 
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CHERRY AND BLUE. D.L., October -2, 
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CHERRY AND FAIRSTAR. Panto. E. L. 
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CHERRY AND FAIRSTAR. Burl. C H. 
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CHERRY AND FAIRSTAR; OR, THE 
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CHERRY AND FAIRSTAR; OR, THE 
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CHERRY BLOSSOM. Ca. Archer St., W. 
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CHERRY BLUSS'J-\1. Jap. Mus. Epis. \Vr. 
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CHERRY GIRL, THE. M.P. 2 a. S. Hicks 
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CHESTER W HITSUN PLAYS. MS. Harleian 

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The Ascension. By the Taylors. 

Antichrut. By the Clothiers. 

The Dehuje. By the Dyers. 

Da// nf Juihjii!'Vit. By the Wcbstcrs. 



Descent Into Hell. By the Cooks and Inn- 
keepers. 

I'he Creation. By the Drapers. 

2'he Election of St. Mathias, Sending of 
the Uoly Ghost, etc. By the Fish- 
mongers. 

The Fall of Lucifer. By the Tanners. 

The Salutation and Nativity. By the 
Wrightes. 

The Shepherds Feeding Their Flocks hy 
Night. By the Painters and Glaziers. 

The Three Kings. By the Vinters. 

The Obligation of the Three Kings. By 
the Mercers 

The Killing of the Innocents. By the Gold- 
smiths. 

The Purification By the Blacksmiths. 

The Temptation. By the Butchers. 

The Last Sapper. By the Bakers. 

The Blind Man and Lazarus. By the 
Glovers. 

Jesus and the Lepers. By the Corvesarys. 

Christ's Passion. By the Bowyers, 
Fletchers, and Ironmongers. 

The Resurrection. By the Skinners. 

Christ's Entry Into Jerusalem. 

Abraham, Melchisedeck, and Lot. By the 
Barbers. 

Moses, Balah, and Balaam. By the Cap- 
pers. 

OHEiSTiER'S TRIUMPH IN HONOUR OF 
HER PRINCE. P. Perf. upon St. George's 
Day, 1610. 

CHESTERFIELD THINSKIN. F. la. By 

author of " A.S.S." Princess's, July 21, 1853. 

CHETWYND AFFAIR, THE. P. 3 a. 

Reginald Kennedy-Cox. Royalty, August 29, 
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CHEVAL DE BRONZE, LE. O. Auber. 

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CHEVAL DIE BRONZE. See The Bronze 
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CHEVALEER, THE. C, 3.a. Henry Arthur 
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CHEVALIER A LA MODE. C Dancourt, 

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CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE, THE. D. 
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CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE, THE. C. 
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CHEVALIER LUBIN, LE. O. Boieldieu, 

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CHEVALIER OF THE MOULIN ROUGE; 
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CHEVY CHASE. Hist. Rom. Surrey, July 1, 
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CEEVY CHASE. Chivalric Eut. M. by 
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OHI SAFRE SPERI. 0. Bo. Mazzocchi and 
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CHICAGO, THE CITY OF FLAMES. D. 
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CHICHEVACHE AND BYCORNE. Pr. 1780. 

CHICKABIDDIES. Burl. Extrav. Darwen 
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CHICKS, THE. F.C. H a. W. F. Field, 
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CHIEF COOK, THE. M. ca. Ernest LeiKli. 
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CHIEF OF STAFF. THE. P. 4 a. Roii;i!(i 
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CHIEFTAIN, THE CO. 2 a. F. C. Bur- 
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CHIEN DE MONTARGIS, LE. D. Guilbert 
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CHIEXS DU MONT ST. BERNARD. T. 
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CHILD OF CHANCE, A. D. 4 a. Ada)), 
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CHILD OF CHARITY. Dom. d. Victoria. 

CHILD OF NATURE, A. C. 3 a. MTs. Inch- 
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CHILD OF THE REGIMENT. O. Donizetti. 
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CHILD OF THE REGIMENT; OR, THE 
FORTUNE OF WAR, THE. M.C. 2 a. J. B. 
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CHILD OF THE STREETS, A. D. 4 a. 
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CHILD OF THE SUJf, THE. P. John 
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CHILD OF THE WRECK, THE. Melo-d. 
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CHILD STEALER, THE. D. 4 parts. Adap. 
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CHILDHOODS DREAMS. C. 1 a. Adap. 
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CHILDREN; OR, GIVE THEM THEIR 
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CHILDREN IN THE WOOD. 0. 2 a. Thos. 
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CHILDREN IN THE WOOD. D. D.L., 
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CHILDREN IN THE WOOD; OR, THE 
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CHILDREN OF HERCULES, THE. Transl. 
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CHILDREiN OF ISRAEL. See " Miracle 
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CHILDRLN OF KINGS, THE. Legend rem. 

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CHILDREN OF THE CASTLE, THE. D. 
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CHILDREN OF THE KING, THE. Fa. tale. 

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CHILDREN OF THE MIST, THE. D. Adap. 
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CHILDREN OF THE xMIST, THE. D. Pais- 
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CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT. D. 4 a. A. 

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CHILDREN OF THE WOOD. Pant. E. L. 
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CHILDREN'S BALL; OR, THE DUEL, THE. 
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CHILI WIDOW, THE. Ver. in 3 a. by 
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CHILPERIC. 0. Bouffe. 3 a. Herve. Adap. 
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CHILPERIC. O. 3 a. Hervd. Eng. lib. 
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CHILTERN HUNDREDS, THE. CO. 2 a 
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CHIMERA, THE. F. Thos. Odell. L.I.F., 
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CHIMES, THE. D. 4 a. An adap. of 
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CHIMNEY CORNER, THE. M.E. Walsh Por- 
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CHIMNEY CORNER, THE. Dom. d. 2 a. 
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CHIMNEY PIECE, THE. F. 1 a. G. H. 
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CHIMNEY SWEEPER, THE. B.O. Good- 
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CHINA TALE FROM A DELPU POINT OF 
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CHINA WEDDING, A. Extrav. West 
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CHINAMAN, THE. F.C 3 a. J. Tresahar. 
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CHINESE DIVERTISEMENT. Noble. D.L., 
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CHINESE FESTIVAL, THE. Ballet comp. 
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CHINESE GIAN", THE. R. Soiitar, Mary- 
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CHINESE HONEYMOON, A. 51. P. 2 a. G. 
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CHINESE IDYLL, A. M.F. 2 a. F. Danvers. 
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CHINESE LANTERN. THE. Fairy P. 3 a 
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CHINESE ROMANCE. 1 n L. Hornc. 



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CHINESK SORCERER; OR, THE EM- 
PEROR AND HIS THREE SONS, THE. Spec. 
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CHIN(J CHOW HI. Ofleubacli. Gnll. of 
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CHINON OF ENGJiAND. V. Rose T. Jaiiu- 
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CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK; OP., THE 
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CHIPS. Plavlet. Lechmcre Worrall. Picca- 
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CHIRO.MaNCY. Ca. Willis's Rooms, April 
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CHISELLING. F. ] a. Jas. A'bery and Jcs. 
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CHISPA. P. Pro and 4 a. Clay M. Greene. 
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CHIT CHAT. C. Thos. Killigrew, jun. D.L., 
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CHIT CHAT; OR, THE PENANCE OF 
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CHIVALROUS HIGHWAYMAN, THE. R. 
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CHIVALRY. P. 4 a. Richard Lee. Globe, 
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CHIZZLE'S CHOICE. F. F. Hawley Francks 
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CHLORIDA (CHLORIDIA); OR, RITES TO 
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CHLORIS. Mythical P., by E. Newbound. 
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CHOCOLATE MAKERS; OR, MIMICKRY 
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CHOICE. Ca. T. D. M'Cord. Ealing Dean 
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CHOLERIC FATHERS, THE. CO. Thos. 
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CHOLERIC MAN, THE. C. R. Cumberland. 
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CHOOSING A BRIDE. C. 1 a. E. H. Keat- 
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CHOPSTICKS AND SPIKINS. F. 1 a. Paul 
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CHORUS GIRL. THE. Sk. C. nibcrwell Eni- 
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CHORUiS LADY, THE. I'. 1 .i. J. Fnrbr-.=i. 
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CHOSEN FOR LIFE. D. Henry C. Selby. 
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CHRIST, BIRTH OF, ETC. See "Miracle 

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CHRIST TRIUMPHANT. C. in Latin. John 
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CHRIST WHEN HE WAS TWELVE YEARS 
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CHRISTENING, THE. F. J. B. Buckstone 
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CHRISTIAN, THE. D. Prol. and 4 a. Hall 
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CHRISTIAN SLAVE, THE. T Mrs 
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TWO FAMOUS PIRATES, WARD AND DAN- 
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CHRISTIANETTA. Play. RIchd. Brome. 
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CHRISTIAN'S CRIME, THE. Dram, sk 
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CHRISTIE JOHNSTONE. See All Fletcher'i 
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CHRISTINA. Rom. d. 4 a. Percy Lyn- 
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CHRISTINE A FONTAINEBLEAU. Dr. rom. 

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CHRISTINE EN SUEDE. P. Brault IS'>9 



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OHiRiTlSTMAS. Orat. B^ich. 1734. 
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CHRISTMAS BOXES. F. 1 a. Augustuf 
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CHRISTMAS CAROL. D. 3 a. E. Stirling 
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CHRISTMAS CAROL. Extrav. Adelphi, De 
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CHRISTMAS CAROL; OR, THE MISER'S 
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CHRISTMAS CHIMES; OR, TROTTV 
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CHRISTMAS STOCKING, A. G. A'Beckett 
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CHRISTO TRIUMPHANTE DE. T. Latin 
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CHRISTOPHE COLOMB. D. Guilbert de 
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CHRISTOPHE COLOMBE. O. G. Botter-ini 
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CHRISTOPHER JUNIOR. See Jedbury 
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CHRISTOPHER LOVE, THE TRAGEDY OF 
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CHRISTOPHER'S HONEYMOON. F. 3 a. 
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OHiRLSTI'S. Orat. F. Liszt. 1811-86. 

OHiRISTUS. Orat., unanashed. Mendels- 
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CHRISTUS. Sacred 0. Rubenstein. 1829- 
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CHRONICLE HISTORY OP LEIR, KING OF 
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CHRYSANALETA. THE, GOLDEN PISH- 
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CHYMIC\L COUNTERFEITS; OR, HAR 
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CICELEY'S SECRET. Fairy P. 3 a. Mrs. P. 
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CINDERELLA. Extrav. Harry Lemon. Cry- 
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Macclesfield T.R., May 6, 1895. 

CINDERELLA. Burl. 4 scenes. 
Bayswater Bijou, January 9, 1897. 

CINDERELLA. See Our Cinderella, PicUes, 
Miss Cinderella. 

CINDERELLA: A LITTLE OPERA FOR BIG 
CHILDREN, OR A BIG OPERA FOR LITTLE 
CHILDREN. M. by John Farmer. Lib. by 
H. S. Leigh. Perf. as an Op. Recit. at Harrow, 
December, 1883; St. James's H., May 2, 1884. 

CINDERELLA: A STORY OF THE SLIP 
AND THE SLIPPER. Burl, extrav. J. W. 
Jones. Leicester T.R., October 3, 1878. 

CINDERELLA; OR. THE FAIRY QUEEN 
AND THE GLASS SLIPPER. CO. 3 a. 
Rophiito Lacy. C.G., April 13. 1830; Newcastle 
Tyne T., August 15, 1892; Grand, October 3, 
1892. 

CINDERELLA; OR, THE FAIRY SLIPPER. 
CO. M. by Rossini. D.L., January 9, 1837. 

CINDERELLA; OR, THE LITTLE GLASS 
SLIPPER. Spec. D.L., January, 1804. N.p. 
The aroundwnrk will be found among the Tales 
of Mother Goose. Said to be written by a 
young Oxonian who had recourse also to 
heathen mythology. 

CINDERELLA; OR, THE LOVER, THE 
LACKEY, AND THE LITTLE GLASS SLIP- 
PER. Fairy burl, extrav. H. J. Byron. Strand, 
December 26, 1860. 

CINDERELLA IN QUITE ANOTHER PAIR 
OF SHOES. Burl. Frank W. Green. North 
Woolwich Royal Gardens, May 20, 1871. 

CINDERELLA THE FIRST. CO. 3 a. M. 
H, Vernon. Neath Bijou, August 29, 1892. 



Tom Robertson. 
August 1.5, 1892; 

C Allan Fislier. 



E. S. R. 



CINDERELLA THE SECOND. Bulla. 2 
tableaux. Boyle Lawrence. M. by Isrnist 
Bucalossi. Bayswater Bijou, February 18, 1893. 

CINDERELLA THE YOUNGER. Extrav. 3 a. 
Alfred Thompson. Gaiety, September 23, 1871. 

CINDER-ELLALINE. Fairy .piece in 3 sea. 
Wds. and lyrics by L. Shaw. M. by SignoT 
Allegretto. Friern Barnet St. Peter's, April 
22, 1909 (amat.). 

CINDER-ELLEN UP TOO LATE. Burl. 3 a. 
A. C Torr and W. T. Vincent. M. by Meyer 
Lutz. Originally prod, in Australia. Gaiety, 
December 24, 1891. 

CINDERS. 1 a. Lily Tinsley. Pub. by S. 
French, Ltd. 

CINGALEE; OR, SUNNY CEYLON. M.P. 
2 a. J. T. Tanner. M. by Adrian Ross and P. 
Greenbank. Add. lyrics by Paul Rubens. Daly's, 
March 5, 1904. 

OINNA. T. By Corneille. Prod. 16.39. Scf 
" French Classical Plnvs." 

CINNA'S CONSPIRACY. T. Anon. (C Cib- 
her). Plot from Roman hi.storv. D.L., Feb- 
ruary 19, 1713. Pr. 1713. Also ac. at L.I.F. 

CINO-MARS. O. 5 a. Gounod. Paris. 1877. 
Eng. tran.sl. by S. Adair FitzGerald and W. 
Van Noorden. Leeds Grand, October 26, 1900: 
Coronet, November 17, 1900. 

CINQ MARS. Hist. D. Alwyne Maude and 
Maurice Minton. Olympic, January 12, 1883. 

CINTHIA'S REVELS. See Cynthia's Revels. 

CINTHl^'S REVENGE. C Stephens, 1613. 

CIRCASSIAN, THE. C. 3 a. Adap. by F. 
W. Broughton fr. MM. Emile Blavet and 
Fabrice Carry's Le Voxiaoe aii Caucase. Cri- 
terion. November 19, 1887. 

CIRCASSIAN BRIDE, THE. O. 3 a. D L 
February 23, 1809. M. by Bishop. The night 
after the performance the theatre was burned 
down. Score destroyed; songs only pr. 1809 

CiIROASSIENNE, LA. 0. 3 a. 'Auher. Wd^s 
by Scribe. Pari-, 1-861. 

CIRCE. Dr. O. f. on the Iphigenia in 
Tauris of Euripides. By Chas. D'Avenant. 
Pro. by Dryden. Epil. by Earl of Rochester. 
M. by Bannister. D. of York's T., 1677. Pr 
same year. 

CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES. Ca. 1 a. 
Isidore G. Asher. C Palace, April 23, 1888. 
Gaiety, June 27, 1889. 

CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. Ca. 1 a. 
Raymond Carew. Bayswater Bijou, Apiil 6, 
1893. 

CIRCUS GIRL, THE. M.P. 2 a. J T 
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Lionel Monckton. Gaiety, December 5, 1896. 

OIRiO. O. Ariosti. 1721. 

CIRO, IL. 0. Scarlatti. I6.i9-1725. 

CIRO RICONOSCIUTO. O. Leo, 1739. 

CISSY. M.C 3 a. W. H. Dearlove and 
Miss Jessie Franklin. Harrogate Town Hall T., 
January 11, 1890 (produced as Love's Devotion), 
and March 20, 1890. 

CISSY'S ENGAGEMENT. Duo. 1 a. Ellen 
Lancaster- Wallis. Steinway H., November 19, 
1895. 

CISTELLARIA ; OR, THE CASKET COMEDY. 
C (B.C. 254 '84.) Ilautus. Latin adap. fr. a 
Greek P. by Menander. Transl. into blank verse 
by ThorntoT, Rich, Warner, and Colman, 1769- 
74. See " Lntin Plavs." 

CITIZEN, THE. C 3 a. Also played in 2 a. 
Arthur Murphy. D.L., July, 1761; Edinburgu, 
1782; C.G., 1806. Pr. 1763. 

CITIZEN GENERAL, THE. C Goethe. 179a 



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CITIZEN MOKAT. P. 1 a. Alice CJaytoi, 
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CITIZEN ROBESPIERRE. P. 4 a. Perth 
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CITIZEN TURNED GENTLEMAN. THE. 
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reprod. by E. Ravenscroft, 1072. See Mama- 
vicuchi. 

CITIZENS DAUGHTER, THE. F. Pr (n.d ) 
Circ. 1775. 

CITY ASSOCIATION; OR, THE NATIONAL 
SPIRIT ROUSED, THE. Mus. Ent. Hay., 
1780. N.p. 

CITY BARGE, THE. Monopolylogue by Mr. 
Mathews. Lyceum, March 11, 1826. 

CITY BRIDE; OR, THE MERRY 
CUCKOLD, THE. C. Jos. Harris. Borrowed 
fr. Webster's Cure for a Cuckold. L.I.F. Pr 
1696. 

CITY DAME. C. Philip Massinger. Black- 
friars, 1659. 

CITY FARCE, TH;2. Ascribed to Mr. Wed- 
dell. Pr. 1737. 

CITY FRIENDS. Strand, February 26, 1855. 

CITY GALLANT, THE. P. Ac. by the 
Oueen's Player.s, 1611. This wa^i the P. of 
Greene's Tti Quoque. Pub). 1611. 

CITY GUARD, THE. M. extrav. Birming- 
ham Grand, November 26, 1883. 

CITY HEIRESS; OR, SIR TIMOTHY 
TREATALL, THE. C. Mrs. Aphra Behn. 
Adap. fr. Middleton's A Mad World, my 
Masters, and Massinger's Guardian. Duke's, 
1082. 

CITY LADY; OR, FOLLY PROCLAIMED, 
the: C. Thos. Dilke. D.L. and L.I.F. Pr. 
1697. 

CITY MADAM, THE. C. 5 a. Philip Mas- 
singer. Ac. bv King's Co. at Blackfriars, May 
25, 1632. Pr. "1659. S.-e Richex ; i be Cure of 
Pride. 

CITY MATCH, THE. C. Jis'ier Mavne. 
D.D. Whitehall (before the K. and Q.), 1639; 
Blackfriars, same year; rev. bv Planch^ at 
C.G.. February 5, 1828. See The Schemers. 

CITY NIGHT CAP: OR, CREDE QUOD 
HABES ET HABES, THE. C. Robr. Daven- 
port. Cockpit, 1651 : the Phcenix, 1661. Pr. 
1661. (A dramatised ver. of The Curious Im- 
pertinent in " Don Quixote," f. on a tale of 
the " Decameron," day vii., November 7.) 

CITY NIGHT CAP. See Amorous Prince. 

CITY OF MILLIONS, THE. D. 5 a. Ch. 
Berte and Wm. Bailey, jun. West London, 
June 1, 1903. 

CITY OF MYSTIERY, THE. Romantic Cos- 
tume Play in Prol. and 4 a. Adap. by Lionel 
Atwill fr. the novel of that name by A. 
Clavering Gunter. Luton Grand, January 9, 
1908 (C.P.). 

CITY OF PLEASURE, THE. D. Pro. and 
4 a. F. by G. R. Sims on Gigolette, by MM. 
Tarb^ and Decourcelle (Amhigu. Paris, No- 
vember 25, 1893). Birmingham P.O.W., April 
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CITY OF SIN, A. D. 4 a. A. Shirley and 
W. Muskerry. Barnsley T.R., December 22, 
1902; Surrey, February 9, 1903. 

CITY OF THE PLAGUE. D. Pm. Wilson, 
1816. 

CITY OUTCAST, THE. D. Pro. and 3a. 
Brandon Ellis. Gateshead T.R., April 18, 1892; 
Stratford T.R., January 4, 1897. 



CITY PAGEANT FOR THE VISIT OF 
KING CHRISTIAN IV. OF DENMARK, A. 

John Marston. 1606. 

CITY POLITICS. C. John Crowne. Prod. 
1673. D.L., 16S3. Pr. 1683, rev. 1712. 

CITY RAMBLE; OR, A PLAYHOUSE 
WEDDING, THE. C. E. Settle. Ac. at D.L., 
August, 1711. Pr. 1712. 

CITY RAMBLE; OR. THE HUMOURS OF 
THE COMPTER, A. F. 2 a. Chas. Knipe. 
L.I.F., 1715. Pr. 1715. See The Humours, etc. 

CITY SHUFFLER. THE. P. (?) N.p. Perf. 
at Salisbury Court, 1633. 

CITY WIT; OR, THE WOMAN WEARS 
THE BREECHES, THE C Richd. Brome. 
1034. Pr. 1653. 

CITY WIVES CONFEDERACY, THE. C. 
Sir John Vanbrugh. D.L. 

CIVIL WAR. D. 4 a. Adap. by Herman 
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Gaiety, June 27, 1887. 

CIVIL WARS OF FRANCE. P. Dicker. 
Mentioned by Hunslowe. 1598-9. 

CIVIL WARS OF HENRY VI., THE. T. 
Gibber. 1724. 

CIVILIAN; OR. IHE FARMER TURNED 
FOOT.VIAN, THE. Mus. F. Saml. Wm. Ryley. 
Manchester, 1792 Pr. (n.d.). 

CIVILIZATION. D. 5 a. John H. Wilkins. 
Founded on Le Huron and Voltaire's L'Ingcnu. 
City of London, November 10, 1852; Strand, 
J.inuary 17, 1853; b.L., April 11, 1853; Mary- 
leLone, October 5, 1857. 

OIVITATIS AMOR. An ent. by water at 
C'.ielsey and White-hall. November 4. 1616. 

CLAIMANT; OR, THE LOST ONE FOUND, 
THE. D. H. P. Grattan. Surrey, April 1, 1872. 

CLAIMANTS. C. 1 a. Adap. by Hermann 
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CLAIRE. Version, 4 a., of M. Georges Oh- 
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1S87. 

CLAIRVAL. CD. Cambridge T.R., October 
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C. H. Ross. Surrey, .-^pril 



D. 3 a. 



F. A. J. Goudon. 



CLAM. 

16, 1870. 

CLAMEUR LE HARO. 
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CLANCAPv.TY. Slightly rev. ver. of Ladi/ 
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CLANCARTY. See Lady Clancarty. 

CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE, THE. C. 5 a. 
G. Colman and D. Garrick. Taken from Ho- 
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1766 Pr. 1766. C.G., 1840; Hay., March 17, 
1903. 

CLARA SOLEIL.— See Bad Boys. 

CLARA VERE DE VERE. P. 4 a. F. on 
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P.O.W., June 8, 1888. 

CLARAXILLA. See Clarieilla. 

CLARE COTTAGE. P. 1 a. Adap. by Sam 
James from La Joie Fait Peur. Margate T.R. , 
April 16, 1888. 

CLARENCE CLEVEDON, HIS STRUGGLES 
FOR LIFE OR DEATH. D. 3 a. Edwd. 
Stirling. First perf. at Victoria T., April 9, 
1849 

CLARI. O. Halevy. Paris. 1828 



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I'LARI, Tin: .MAID OF MILAX. M.D. 2 a. 
J. Howard Piivne. M. by Bishop. C.G., May 
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1838; and Marylebone, 1854. 

CLARICE. C. 4 a. Wm. Gillette. Liverpool 
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CLARICK : OR, ONLY A \VO.^[AN. D. Prol. 
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CLARICE DE CLERMONT; OR, THE 
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1892. 

CLARICE ET BELTON. See Le I'risonnier 
Anglais. 

CLARICILLA. T.C. ahomas Killigrew. 
I'hanix. Pr. 1041. 

CLARISSA. P. 4 a. Adap by Robt. Bu- 
ehanan fr. Richardson's Clarissa Ilarlone. Act 
three f. partly on French adap. of same novel 
by MM. Dumanoir, Guillard. and Clairville 
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CLARISSV; OR, THE FATAL SEDUCTION. 
T. in prose. Robert Porret. Taken from Rich- 
ardson's Clarissa Harlowe. Pr. 1788 (N.ac). 

CLARISSA HARLOWE. Burla. Olympic, 
January 3, 1831. 

CLARISSA HARLOWE. T.D. 3 a. Adap. 
fr. the French by T. H. Lacy and G. Court- 
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CLARISSA HARLOWE. D. 5 a. Adap. fr. 
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CLARISSE; OR, THE MERCHANT'S 
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September 1, 1845. 

CLARISSIMA'S LOVERS. C.S. W. H. Ab- 
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1902. 
CLASSICAL PLAYS. See- 
French Cl.i,5sical Plays. 
German Classical Plays. 
Italian Classical Plays. 
Greek Plays. 
Latin Plays. 
CLAUD DU VAL. 1 a. A. Morris. 
CLAUDE DUVAL. F. la. T. P. Taylor. 
City of Lomkm, May 8, 1842. 

CLAUDE DUVAL. Burl. 2 a. Fredk. Bowyer 
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Lionel Monckton. Bristol Prince's, July 23, 
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OLAUDE DUVAL. Sk. in 3 s.c. Wal Pink 
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CLAUDE DUVAL: OR, LOVE AND LAR 
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1881 

CLAUDE DUVAL; OR, THE HIGHWAY- 
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CLAUDE MELNOTTE. CO. 2 a. P. on 
Lord Lytton's Lady of Lyons. Herbert Shel- 
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E. Tours. Bayswater Bijou, August 22, 1900 
(C.P.). 

CLAUDIAN. P. Prol. and 3 a. Story and 
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CLAT'DIAN. See Paw ClnmlicnK 

CLATIilNE; OR. THE BASKET-MAKER 
Burl. Chas. Dibdin. inn. Sadler's Wells. Pr 
ISOl. 



C 4 a. 



Carton. 
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Lie. May 
A. Clarke. 
u'Beckett. 
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CLAUDIO. CO. 2 a. A. V. Thurgood. M. 
by Thos. Hunter. Portsmouth T.R., IJecember 
1, 18S8 (C.P.); Nottingham Grand T., August 5, 
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CLAUDIUS TIBERIUS NERO, ROME'.S 
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CLAUSE NO. 6. P. I a. Charles Winder- 
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CLAVIDGO. T. Transl. from the German 
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CLAVIGO. D. Goethe. 1774. 

CLAVIGO. The last scene of Clavidijo un 
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CLAVIGO. Transl. of Goethe's play. Man- 
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1895. 

CLAYCHESTER SCANDAL, THE. 
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CLEAN SLATE, A. C. 3 a. R. C. 

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CLEAN VOUH BOOTS. Surrev, 
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CLEAR AHEAD. D. 4 a. 
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CLEAR CASE. F. 1 a. 
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CLEAR CONSCIENCE, A. Ca. 
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CLEFT STICK, A. C. .S a. 
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CLEMENTINA. T. Hugh Kelly. C.G., 1771 

CLEMENTINA. F. Edwd. Moncriefte. Sur- 
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CLEMENZA; OR, THE TUSCAN ORPHAN 
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CLEMENZA DI TITO, LA. O. Metastasio. 
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CLEMENZA DI TITO, LA. 0. Gliick. 1754., 
CLEMENZA DI TITO, LA. 0. Mozart 
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CLENCH AND WRENCH. F. ays.vat.r 
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ODEODORA. P. Habington'.s p of Thr 
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CLEOMENES, THE SPARTAN HERO. T 
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CLEON; OR. CLEAN OUT OF SIGHT OUT 
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CLEONE. T. R. Dodsley. Suggested bv tl e 
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17.58. Pr. 1758. 

CLEONICE, PRINCESS OF BITHYNIA. T. 
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CLEOPATRA. T. Samuel Daniel. F. on inci- 
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CLEOPATRA. T. Alfieri. 1773. Ac. 1775 
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CLEOPATRiA. Sk. la. V. Bridges. Bed- 
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CLEOPATRA. LA. 0. D. Cimarosa. St. 

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CLEOPATRA IN JUD^A. P. 1 a. A. 

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CLEOPATRA, QU'lEN OP EGYPT. T. Thos. 
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CLEOPATRE. T. Mairet. 1G30. 

CLEOPATRE. T. 17th Cent. Calprenfede. 
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CLEOPATRE. T. Marmontel. 1750. 

CLEOPATRE CAPTIVE. T. Jodelle. 1.'550 

CLEOPHTLUS. C. in Lat'n. David Water- 
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CLERGY.MAN'S DAUGHTER, THE. See My 
Girl. 

CLERICAL ERROR. A. Ca. 1 a. H. A. Jones. 
Court. October 13. 1S79. 

CLERK OF CLERKENWELL: OR, THE 
THREE BLACK BOTTT/FS. THE. Rom. D. 
2 a. George Almar, Sadler's Wells, February 
8, 1834. 

CLERK OF THE WEATHER, THE. F.C. 
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Brighton Aquarium, February 26, 1894. 

CLEVER ALICE. F.C. 3 a. Adap. fr. the 
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CLEVER CAPTURE, A. Ca. Mark Meiford. 
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CLEVER DECEPTION, A. Sk. J. B. An- 
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CLEVER IMPOSTOR, A. P. 4 a. Emma 
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CLEVER LADY JANE. C. 1 a. MS. with 
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CLEVER PEOPLE. Ca. Edwd. Rose. Read- 
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CLEVER GIR JACOB. Ca. Paul Grave. 
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CLEVERLY MANAGED. Ca. Andrew Long- 
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CLICQUOT. F.C. 3 a. Brentwood Recrea- 
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CLIFFORD. T. Clifford. 1817. 

CLIFFORD CASTLE. Afterpiece. Glasgow, 
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CLIMBERS, THE. P. 4 a. Clyde Fitch. 
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CLIMBING BOY, THE. D. 3 a. Peake. M. 
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CLIO. P. 5 a. Bartley Campbell. Eleph. 
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CLITANDRE. Corneille. 1632. See " French 
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CLITO. T 5 a. Sydney Grundy and Wilson 
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CLOACINA. C.T. Anonymous. Possibly by 
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CLOCHES DE CORVEVtllE- T.'ES. Op. -bo. 
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CLOCHES D.E CORNEVILLE. LES. Spec. 
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CLOCK ON THE STAIRS. THE. Dom. D. 1 a. 
Colin H. Hazlewood. Britannia, February, 1862. 



CLOCKCASE; OR, FEMALE CURIOSITY, 
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CLOCKMAKER'S HAT, THE. F. 1 a. Adap. 

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Emile de Girardin. First pi. at T. du Gym- 
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CLOCKWORK. Burla. R. Reece. Olympic, 

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CLOCKWORK MAN. THE. P. 3 a. Ch. Han- 
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CLORIDIA; OR, THE RITES TO CLORIS. 
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CLORIDON AND RADIAMANTA. P. Ac. 
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CLORILDA, LA. O. Rcssi. 1688. 

CL,OIRINDE. O. Monteverde. 1.568-1643. 

CLORIS; OR, PLOTS AND PLANS. Oa. M. 
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CLORYS AND ORGASTO. Rose T., February 
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CLOSE OF THE POLL, THE. See The 
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CLOSE SHAVE, A. F. T. W. Speight. 
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CLOSE SHAVE, A. F.C. 3 a. F. B. Thal- 
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CLOSE SIEGE. Burla. 1 a. Geo. Dance. St. 
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CLOSERIE DES GENETS, LA. D. Soulie, 
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CLOTHES AND THE WOMAN. C. 3 a. G. 
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CLOTILDE. 0. C. Coccia. Venice, 1815. 

CLOTILDE. T Sodlid, 1832. 

CLOUD AND SUNSHINE; OR, LOVE'S 
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CLOUD KING; OR, MAGIC ROSE, THE. 
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CLOUD OF LIFE. Grecian. May 9, 1859. 

CLOUD OF SMOKE, A. F. Chas. Squier. 
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CLOUDLAND. Dance scena. E. C. Mat- 
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CLOUDS. CD. Arthur Percival. Exeter 
T.R., April 1, 1872 

CLOUDS, THE. C Transl. fr. Aristophanes, 
B.C. 423, bv T. Stanley, 16.56; J. White, 1759; 
L. Theobald, 1715; Mitchell, 1820-2; Hickie, 
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CLOUDS, THE. C Aristophanes (in Greek). 
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CLOUDS (OF ARISTOPHANES), THE. C. 
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CLOUDS; OR, A BROKEN FAITH. CD. 
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CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE IN A LIFE. P. 
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1802. 

CLOVEN FOOT, THE. D. 4 a. Adap. by 
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CLOWN, THE. P. 1 a. Ramsgate Amphi- 
theatre, August 20, 1900. 



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CLUB BABY, THE. F.C. 3 a. Lawrence 
Sterner and Kdward Knohlaueti. Kalinp; Lyric, 
September 19, 189.'^; I'arkliunst, October 14, 
1895: Avenue. April 27, 1898. 

CLUB LAW. C. Clare Hall, 1M7-8. A MS. 
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CLUB MEN, THE. A title siven to a por- 
tion of Philaster pi. about 1C30. 

CLUB RAID, A. Dr. Episode. 3 sc. H. Pleon. 
Aston T.R., April 20, lfi03. 

CLUMP AND CUDDEN ; OR, THE REVIEW. 
CM. P. 1 a. Chas. Dibdin. Royal Circus. Pr. 
1785. 

CLURICANNE'S TOWER: OR, THE WHITE 
MAIDEN OF TIERNABOUL. D. John Holmes 
Orover. Liverpool Royal Colosseum, February 
24. 1871. 

CLUTTERBUCKS; OR, THE RAILROAD OF 
LOVE, THE. C.G., 1832. See Railroad of Love. 

CLVTEMNESTRA. T. Beer. 1823. 

CLYTEMNESTRA. Ser. O. Piccini. 1789. 

CLYTIE. D. 5 a. Jos. Hatton. Liverpool 
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CLYTOPHON. Latin C. MS. preserved in 
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COACH-DRIVERS, THE. Poetical CO. Pr. 
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COACHMAN WITH THE YELLOW LACE. 
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»COAL AND COKE. F. Chas. Harding and 
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COAL KING, THE. D. 5 a. Ernest Martin 
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COAL MINE, THE. D. J. B. Johnstone. 
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COALITION. F. Ac. Pr. 1779. 

COALITION. M.F. 2 a. Leonard Macnally. 
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COALITION. Ca. T. H. Hardman and H. 
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COALITION; OR, THE OPERA RE- 
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Pr. 1794. Ac. at Bath. 

COALITION. See Echo and Narcissus. 

COALS OF FIRE. CD. 3 a. H.T.Craven. 
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COASTGUARD: OR, THE LAST CRUISE 
OF THE VAMPIRE, THE. CO. J. C Man- 
ning. M. by W. F. Hulley. Neath Robinson's 
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COAT OF MANY COLOURS, A. C 4 a. 

Madeline Lucette Ryley. West London, July 
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COBBLER'S DAUGHTER, THE. D. 4 a. 
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COBLER, THE. Ac. in 1597 by the Lord 
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COBLER; OR, A WIFE OF TEN THOUSAND. 
THE. Ballad O. C. Dibdin. D.L., December 
9, 1774. Pr. 1774. Partly fr. Blaise la Savetier 
of Sedaine. 

COBLER OF CASTLEBURY, THE. M.Ent. 
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COBLER OF PRESTON, THE. F. 2 a. Chas. 
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COBLER OF PRESTON, THE. F. Chris- 
topher Bullock. Chiefly fr. Shaljespeare's 
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1716. Pr. ]71tt. 



COBLER'S OPERA, THE. Lacy Ryan. L.I.F. 
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Billingsgate. 

COBLER'S PROPHECY, THE. C. Robt 
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COBWEBS. C. 3 a. Chas. Wills. Vaude- 
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COCALUS. C. Aristophanes (B.C. 387). 
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COCARD ET BICOQUET. An adap. of this 
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Leeds, March 10, 1888 (C.P.). 

COCK ROBIN AND JENNY WREN. Ent. 
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COCKLE. See Sir John CocUe at Court. 



Presented at Court, 
F. 



a. 



COCKLE-DE^MOY. P. 

1613. 

COCKNEYS IN CALIFORNIA. 
Pivbl. by S. French, Ltd. 

COCU IMAGINAIRE. C. Molifere. 1660. 

CODE OF HONOUR, A. D. 3 a. Gustav 
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CODRUS. T. Pr. 1774. Possible ac. at Man- 
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CfELIA; OR, THE PERJUR'D LOVER. P. 
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CO^LINA. Masque. Henry Lucas. Pr. 1795. 
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CCELUM BRITANNICUM. Masque by Tho.s. 
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COERCION. F.C 3 a. W. H. Denny and 
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CfEUR A SBS RAISONS, LE. Terry's, No- 
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C(EUR DE LION. 0. Gretry. 174MS13. 

CCEUR DE LION: OR, THE MAID OF 
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CffiUR DE LION REVISED AND HIS 
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COFFEE HOUSE, THE. C Rev. Jas Miller. 
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COFFEE HOUSE, THE. C Transl. fr. Vol- 
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COFFEE HOUSE; OR, THE FAIR FUGI- 
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COFFEE-HOUSE POLITICIAN: OR, THE 
JUSTICE CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP, THE. 
C Hy. Fielding. Perf. at " Little Theatre in 
Havniarket " and at L.I.F., December, 1730. 
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COGGESHALL VOLUNTEER CORPS, THE. 
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COINER'S DREAM, THE. D. 1 a. Cecil N. 
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COLA'S FURY; OR, LYRENDA'S MISERY. 

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COLD MUTTON. F. 1 a. H. W. Mince. 
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COLINETTE A LA COUR. 0. Gr4try. 1774- 
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COLLABORATORS, THE. F. 1 a. C Had- 
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COLLABORATORS, THE. P. 1 a. Lord Kil- 
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COLLABORATORS. THK. P. 1 i. W. K. 

Tarpey, fr. a otory by Mre. K. Turpty. Cai- 
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COLLARS AND CUFFS. M.C. Henri R. 
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COLLEEN BAWN; OR, THE BRIDES OF 
GARRYOWEN, THE. Dom. D. 3 a. Dion 
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Collegians." Originally prod, in America, De- 
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COLLEEN BAWN, THE. Extrav. H. J. 
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COLLEEN BAWN SETTLED AT LAST, 
THE. Extrav. 1 a. W. Brough and A. Halli- 
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COLLEEN GLAS, THE. D. J. D. Logue. 
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COLLEDGE OF CANONIC ALL CLERKES, 
THE. Int. Entered by John Charlewood on 
the books of the Stationers' Co. 1566-7. N.p. 

COLLEGE CHUMS. Sk. by C. H. Kenney. 
Bayswater Bijou, March 27, 1895. 

COLLEGE CRAMPTON. C. 5 a. Gerhart 
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COLLEGE WIDOW, THE. George Ada's 
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Indiana. Adelphi, April 20, 1908. 

COLLEGETTES, THE. Travesty. Y.'ils. and 
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COLLEGIANS, THE. See The Colleen Bawn. 

COLLIER, THE. P. Ac. at Court. Decem- 
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COLLIER OF CROYDON, THE. See Grim. 
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COLLIERS DAUGHTER, A. D. Pro. and 
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COLLIER'S DAUGHTER. THE. D. H. Bos- 
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COLLIER'S WIFE; OR, THE DARK DEEDS 
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Liverpool R. Colosseum, May 17, 1869. 

COLOMBA. Lyrical D. 4 a M. by Sir A. C. 
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1883. 

COLOMBE, LA. 0. Gounod. Paris, 1866. 

COLOMBE'S BIRTHDAY. P. R. Browning. 
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COLOMBO, IL. 0. M. by Morlacchi. 1S28. 

COLOMBO, THE CORSICAN SISTERS. D. 
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COLONEL, THE. F. 2 a. C.G., May 4, 18.30. 

COLONEL, THE. C. 3 a. F. on " Le Marl 
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February 2, 1881. 

COLONEL CLAY. C. 3 a. F. W. Sydney. 
Manchester Prince's T., May 25, 1903. 

COLONEL CROMWELL. D. 4 a. Arthur 
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COLONEL NEWCOME. P. 4 a. Michael 
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H.M.. May 29, 190b. 



COLONEL SELLERS. Dr. sketch. 5 a. Mark 
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COLONEL SMITH. C. 4 a. A. E. W. 

Mason. St. Janics'.s, April 23, 1909. 

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COLONELL, THE. P. Wm. Davenant. 
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COLONEL'S CONSENT, THE. Sk. Camber- 
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COLONEL'S HEROIC SIN, THE. M.D. 5 a 
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COLONEL'S WIFE, THE. D. Prol. and 4 a. 
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COLONISTS, THE. P. 1 a. E. C. Ravani. 
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COLORADO BEETLE, THE. F. W. Minto. 
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COLOUR SERGEANT, THE. P. 1 a. Bran- 
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COLPORTEUR, LE. 0. Onslow. 1784-1853. 

COLUMBIA'S DAUGHTER. Dr. Piece. Mrs. 
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COLUMBUS. John Marston. 1599. 

COLUMBUS; OR, A WORLD DISCOVERED. 
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COLUMBUS; OR, THE ORIGINAL PITCH 
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COMALA. D. poem. 3 a. Taken fr. Ossian 
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COMBAT OF CAPPS, THE. Masque. 1582. 
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COMBAT OF LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP, 
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COMBAT OF THE TONGUE. C. Brewer. 
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COME AND SEE. F. 2 a. Langsdorff. Hay., 
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COME HERE; OR, THE DEBUTANTE'S 
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COME IF YOU CAN. F. Hay., June 14, 1824. 

COME INSIDE. Revue, in 3 scs. Geo. 
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COME MICHAELMAS. C. 1 a. Keble 
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COMEDIENNE, LA. C. Audrieux. 
COMEDIENS, LES. C. Delavigne. 1819. 

COMEDY AND TRAGEDY. C. 1 a. Fr. the 
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COMEDY AND TRAGEDY. D. 1 a. W. S. 

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CUMEUV Ul' KRUOKt*, TUK. C. Slialie- 
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COMEDY OF ERRORS. 13ro.s. Webb. Prin- 
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COMEDY' OF ERRORS.— See 0! Ifs Impos- 
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COMEDY OF GOOD ORDER, THE. Jolin 
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COMEDY OF SIGHS, A. C. 4 a. John Tod- 
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COMEDY OF TRIFLES, A. C. 3 a. William 
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COMEDY OF VIRTUE, THE. John Skelton 
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COMET: OR, DRAMATIC DULNESS, THE. 
F. 2 a. Joseph Moser. Pr. 1807. N. ac. 

COMET ; OR, HOW TO COME AT HER, THE. 
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COMETE , OR, TWO HEARTS. LA. D. 4 a. 
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COMFORTABLE LODGINGS: OR, PARIS IN 
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COMFORTABLE SERVICE. F. 1 a. T. 11. 
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COMICAL COUNTESS, A. F. la. Wm. 
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COMICAL DISAPPOINTMENT; 
MISER OUTWITTED, THE. B.O. 
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COMICAL DISTRESSES OF 
THE. Pant. D.L,, 1729. 

COMICAL GALLANT WITH THE AMOURS 
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COMICAL HASH. THE. C. Duchess of 
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COMICAL LOVERS, THE. C. Colley Cib- 
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COMICAL RESENTMENT: OR, TRICK FOR 
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COMICAL REVENGE; OR, LOVE IN A 
TUB, THE. F. Sir Geo. Etherege. Ac. L.I.F., 
1664: Duke of York's and pr., 1669; rev. Hay., 
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CO.MICAL TRANSFORMATION; OR, THE 
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COMING CLOWN, THE. A " Christmas num- 
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COMING EVENTS. " M. prophecy." 
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COMl.NC liOMi; I). 3 a. Geo. Ralph 

Walker. (.|..be. .Iiih .i, lH7y. 



CU.MING MEMBER, THE. Cu. F. Sylves- 
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1893 (amat.). 

AGE. Oa. Dr. J. E. Carpen- 
L. Hime. Charing Cross, June 



OR, THE 
Hay., 1736. 

PIERROTT, 



THE KING, THE. .Mi itary 
Patrick Gore. Surrey, Sep- 



By R. 
Royalty, April 22, 



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COMING THRO' THE RYE. Ca. By J. A. 
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COMME ELLES SONT TONTES. C. la. 

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COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. F. 2 a. F. 
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COMMITTEE, THE. C. Sir Robt. Howard. 
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COMMITTEE; OR. HONEST THIEVES, 
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COMMITTEE MAN CURRIED, THE. C. 2 
parts. S. Sheppard. Wr. and pr. 1647. 1 a. 
each part. Chiefly taken fr. Sir John Suck- 
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COMMODITY EXCIS'D; OR, THE WOMEN 
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COMMODORE, THE. Op. bo. 3 a. 
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COMMODORE BOUILLI. CO. 3 a. T.Mur- 
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COMMON CONDITIONS. C Before 157G. 
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COMMON SENSE, THE LIFE AND DEATH 
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August 13, 1782. 

COM.AION SENSE; OR, THE SLAVES OF 
MAMMON. D. 4 a. Edwd. Towers. Pav., 
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COMMONWEALTH OF WOMEN, A. T.C. 
Thos. D'Urfey. Taken fr. Fletcher's Sea 
Voyage. Ac. at T.R., 1686, and several times 
to 1746. 

COMCEDIA. In rhyme. See Enterlude of 
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C0M(EDYE3 AND PASTORALES. " W. P." 
Pr. 1010. A book containing :— 

The Cuckqwans and Cuckolds Eirants; or. 

The bearing Down the Inne. C. 1001. 
.[rahia Siticns ; or, A Dreame of a Drye 

yrarc. T.C lOd!. 
The t'licry I'listorall; ur, Forrest of Elves. 



H. B. 

Creole. 
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A Country Tragcedye in YacVLniam; or, 

Cupid's Sacrifice. 1602. 
The Aphrodysial, or Sea Feast. 1G02. 
Necromantes; or. The Two Supposed Heds. 

A comical invention. 

COMPACT, THE. P. 3 a. D.L., April 5, 
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COMPANIONS OF THE EGAD. Sk. Coli- 
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COMPETITION; OR, MUCH ADO ABOUT 
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COMPETITORS; OR, THE ,NYMPH OF 
NOZEXARO, THE. CO. 2 a. Sydney Cubitt. 
M. by Tlios. Hackwood. Stroud Subscription 
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COMPLAINT OF ROSAMUND. T. Daniel. 
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COMPLETE CHANGE, A. F. Burnand 
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COMPOSER, THE. Ca. Arthur Chapman. 
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COMPOSITEUR TOQUE, LE. Fr. Oa. Lyceum, 
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COMPROMISE; OR, FAULTS ON BOTH 
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Pr. 1723. 

COMPROMISED. C. Alontague Marks. Ful- 
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COMPROMISING CASE, A. C. 1 a. Adap. 
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COMPROMISING COAT, A. Ca. J. T. Grein 
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COMPROMISING LETTERS. F. 1 a. C. 
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COMRADES. C. 3 a. Brandon Thomas and 
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COMRADES AND FRIENDS. Military D. 
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COMRADES IN KHAKI. Inc. of the Trans- 
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COMTE CARMAGNOLA, LE. 0. Thomas 
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COMTE D'ALBERT. 0. Gr^try. Fontaine- 
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COMTE D'ESSEX. See Robert Devereu.r. 

COMTE D'ORY, LE. C. •Scribe. 1828. 

COMTE ORY, LE. O. Rossini. Paris, 
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COMTESSE D'ESCARBAGNAS. C. Molifere. 

1672. See " French Claasical Plays." 

COMUS. Masque. 2 a. John Milton. M. by 
Lawes. Ludlow Castle, September 29, 1634. 

COMUS. Milton's Masque. Alt. by Dr. Dal- 
ton D.L. and pr., 1738-40. Alt. by Geo. Cole- 
man. C.G. Pr. 1772. Edinburgh, 1782. 

COMUS. Masque by Milton. Original M. by 
Handel and Dr. Arne, with add. by Bishop, 
1738. D.L., October 5, 1833; rev. Botanic Gar- 
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CONCEALED BED IN THE PARLOUR, THE. 
Ca. Gralianr 'Mollat. Gla^u'ow Athcua'Um, 

Apiii 23, nm. 



CONCEALED FANCIES, THE. P. Lady 
Jane Cavendish and Lady Elizabeth Brackley. , 
MS. preserved in the Bodleian Library. 

CONCEALED ROYALTY Past. P. R. Carl- 
toa. 1674. 

CONCEITED DUKE, THE. P. belonging to 
the Cockpit. Probably no other than The 
Noble (Jentleman of Beaumont and Fletcher. 

CONCEITED Ladies, the. C. Transl. fr. 
Molifere. Pr. 1762. 

CONCEITED PEDLAR, THE. F. Thos. Ran- 
dolph. Pr. 1631. 

CONCEITED PEDLAR, THE. See Aristip- 
pus. Dodsley acknowledges taking the hint of 
his Toy Shop fr. this piece. 

CONCEITS, THE. P. R. Marriot. Ent. Sta- 
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COiNCEPTION, THE. See " Miracle Plays." 

CONCERNING A COUNTESS. P. 1 a. Cri- 
terion, October 15, 1907. 

CONDEMNED. CD. W. Manning. AVar- 
rington P.O.W., September 3, 1878. 

CONDEMNED; OR, £1,000 REWARD. Ame- 
rican D. By Euston Knowles. Castleford T.R., 
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CONFEDERACY, THE. C. Adap. by Sir 
John Vanbruah Ir. The Bourgeois a la Mode. 
Hay. and Her M., October 3, 1705. Pr. same 
year. D.L., May 12, 1817; rev. Royalty, Novem- 
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CONFEDERATES. D. la. Henry Wood- 
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CONFEDE RATES. D. i a. U. Capper. Publ. 
by S. French, Ltd. 

CONFEDERATES, THE. F. J. Durant Bre- 
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CONFESSION, THE. G. 5 a. Whyte. Edin- 
burgh, 1799. 

CONFESSION, THE. P. R. Cumberland. 
Pr. 1813. 

CONFESSOR. Latin D. T. Sparowe. Wr. 
about 1666. 

CONFIDENCE. Ca. Adap. fr. the Fr. by 
Dion Bouciiault. Hay., May 2, 1848. 

CONFIDENCE. D. 3 a. R. Cantwell. Britannia, 
October 21, 1872. 

CONFIDENTIAL CLERK, THE. F.C. 3 a. 
Sydney Wittman and Shedden Wilson. Adap. 
fr. Von Moser's Der Leibrenter. Gaiety, June 
18, 1886. 

CONFIDENTIAL CLERK, THE. P. 4 a. 
W. Elsworthy Stedman. At Gobleville, Feb- 
ruary 12, 1892. 

CONFINED IN VAIN; OR, A DOUBLE TO- 
DO. F. T. Jones. Pr. 1805. 

CONFLICT; OR, LOVE, HONOUR, AND 
PRIDE, THE. Heroic C Hannah Brand. Alt. 
fr. Corneille's Don Sauche d'Aragon. Pr. 1798. 

CONFLICT OF CONSCIENCE, THE. Past. 
6 a. Rev. Nathaniel Wood. Pr. 1581. 

CONFUSION. D. Sk. Francis W. Moore. 
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CONFUSION. F.C. 3 a. Joseph Derrick. 
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CONGENIAL SOULS. F. J. H. Ryley. Edin- 
burgh Princess's, October 3. 1878. 

CONGRES DE ROIS, LE. 0. 3 a. M€hu.'. 
Et;bruary 26. 1793. 

CONGRESS; OR, THE CZAR AND THE 
MINISTER. THE. B. Dover T.R., July 8, 1878. 

CONGRESS AT PARIS, A. F. Edwd. Rose. 
Olympic, July 16. 1878. 
CONGRESS OF CKITICS, THE. Int. Pr. 
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CONUKESS OF THE BEASTS, THE. F. 2 a. 
Pr. 174S. In rehearsal at a T. in Germany. 

CONJECTURES. P. la. Hay., June 15, 
1S30. 

CONJUGAL FIDELITY. C. Transl. fr. 
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tus calls this C. Stichun. 

CONJUGAL LESSON, A. C.Sc. in 1 a. H. 
Danvers. OlyniiJic, July 3, 1S56. 

CONJUROR, THE. F. Miles Peter An- 
drews. D.L., April 29, 1774. N.p. 

CONJUROR; OR, THE ENCHANTED GAR- 
DEN, THE. MS. belonging to the library of 
.\rthur Murphy. 

CONJUROR; OR, THE SCOTSMAN IN 
LONDON, THE. F. 3 a. Archibald M'Laren. 
Pr. 1781. 

CONN; OR, OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF ERIN. 
B. F. W. Green. Liverpool Alexandra, April 
28, 1879. 

CONNAN, PRINCE OF CORNWALL. P. 
Michael Drayton and Thos. Dekker. Ac. 1598. 
N.p. 

CONNAUGHT WIFE, THE. T. 2 a. Smock 
Alley, Dublin. Pr. 1767. This is Ilippisley's 
Journey to Bristol alt. 

CONNEMARA. Irish D. J. C. Chute. War- 
rington P.O.W., May 24, 18SU. 

CONNOISSEUR; OR, EVERY MAN IN HIS 
FOLLY, THE. C. Conolly. D.L., 1734. Pr. 
1736. 

CONQUERED PRIDE. Ca. Ross M'Kenzie 
and Fred Gover. Bristol Prince's, March 19, 
18S& 

CONQUERING GAME. C. 1 a. W. B. Ber- 
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CONQUERING HERO. THE. Sk. Fredk. 
Fenn. Metroplitan, December 14, 1908. 

CONQUEROR, THE. Rom. D. 4 a. R. E. 
Fyffe (Duchess of Sutherland). The Scala, Sep- 
tember 23, 1905. 

CONQUERORS, THE. D. 4 a. Paul M. Pot- 
ter. Orig. prod, in America. St. James's, 
April 14, 1898 

CONQUEST, THE. P. 3 a. Geo. Fleming. 
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CONQUEST OF BRUTE, WITH THE FIRST 
FINDING OF THE BATH, THE. P. John 
Singer. Assisted by Day and Chettle. Ac. 1598. 
N.p. 

CONQUEST OF CANADA; OR, THE SIEGE 
OF QUEBEC. Hist. T. 5 a. Geo. Cockings. 
Pr. 1766. 

CONQUEST OF CHINA, THE. T. Sir Robt. 
Howard. N.p. N ac. 

CONQUEST OF CHINA BY THE TARTARS, 
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Pr. 1676. 

CONQUEST OP CORSICA BY THE 
FRENCH, THE. T. By a lady. Pr. 1771. 
' N. ac. 

CONQUEST OF GRANADA BY THE 
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T.R., 1678. Ent. on Stationers' Bks., February 
1670-71. 

CONQUEST OF MAGDALA AND THE FALL 
OF THEODORE, THE. Spec. D. Mr. Stoc- 
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CONQUEST OF ST. EUSTATIA, THE. Int. 
D.L., 1781. N.p. 

CONQUEST OF SPAIN, THE. T. Mrs. Pix. 
Pr. 1705. Chiefly borrowed from AU\ Lost 'by 
I.iKt. Hay., 1705. 



CONQUEST OF SPAIN BY JOHN OF 
G.\UNT, THE. Wni. Haughton, in conjunc- 
tion with Hatliwaye Hawkins and Day. Ac. 
1001. N.p. 

CONQUEST OF TARANTO, THE; OR, ST. 
CLARAS EVE. Hist. P. 3 a. W. Dimond. M. 
by Bishop. C.G., April 15, 1817. 

CONQUEST OF THE WEST INDIES, THE. 
P. Wm. Haughton in conjunction witli VVeut- 
worth Smith and John Day. Ac. 1601. N.p. 

CONRAD. T. Magnocavallo. 1772. 

CONRAD AND LIZETTE ; OR, LIFE ON THE 
MISSISSIPPI. P. 4 a. Duke's, March 29, 
1880. 

CONRAD AND MEDORA. Burl. Pant. W. 
Brough. Lyceum, December 26, 1856; D.L., 
April 14, 1857. 

CONP.AD CONVEr.TED; OK, THE COR- 
SAIR REt'OR.MED. B. A. W. Allan. St. 
James's, Decembe- 19, 1873. 

CONSCIENCE. T. Transl. from Iffland by 
Benj. Thompson. Pr. 1800. N. ac. 

CONSCIENCE. D. Henry Vandenhofif. Shef- 
field Ale.xandra, November 13, 1877. 

CONSCIENCE. Society D. 4 a. Edwd. Lit- 
ton. Vaudeville, July 17, 1888. 

CONSCIENCE. Wordless piece. 4 sc. Wr. 
by E. Durel; M. by Colo-Bonet. Palace, De- 
cember 2, 1907. 

CONSCIENCE. P. 3 a. Adapt, fr. the Ger- 
man of Felix Pliilippi by Jane Wilson. Leices- 
ter R.O.H., May 9, lUt)2. 

CONSCIENCE; OR, THE BRIDAL NIGHT. 
T. Hajnes. D.L., February 21, 1821. 

CONSCIENCE AND CRIME. D. 4 a. A. 
Stafford. Fleetwood Queen's, .March 12, 1906. 

CONSCIENCE MONEY. CD. 3 a. H. J. 
Byron. Hay., September 16, 1878. 

CONSCIENCE OE A JUDGE, THE. D. 4 a. 
Madge Duckworth and R. Barrie. Liverpool 
Queen's, December 10, 1907 (C.l'.;; Tonjpandy 
R., December 23, 1907; Elephant and Castle, 
August 17, 1908. 

CONSCIENTIOUS CONSTABLE, THE. F. 
Bernard Macdonald. KilburnT.R., June 7,1897. 

CONSCIENTIOUS LOVERS V. C. Shadwell. 
Included in Mears's Catalogue. Probably n.p. 

CONSCIENTIOUS LOVERS. See Conscious 
Lovers. 

CONSCILLER E.APPORTEUR, LE. C. Dela- 
vigne. 1841. 

CONSCIOUS LOVERS. C. 5 a. Sir Richard 
Steele. Taken from Terence's Andria. Pr. and 
ac. D.L., November 7. 1722. Written some years 
pre\iously, and intended to be called The 
Unfashionable Lovers; or. The Fine Gentle- 
man. 

CONSCRIPT. THE. F. 1 a. W. Oxberry. 
Queen's, January 18, 1836. 

CONSCRIPT. THE. D. 4 a. Wybert Clive. 
Workington T.R., February 25, 1889; Liverpool 
Star, July 20, 1903. 

CONSCRIPT, OR, THE VETERAN .\ND 
HIS DOG, THE. M. by Hughes. D.L., Novem- 
bei 17, 1830. 

CONSCRIT, LE. Offenbach. See Breaking 
the Spell. 

CONSEQUENCES; OR, THE SCHOOL FOR 
PREJUDICE. C. 3 a. Edmund John Eyre. 
Worcester and other provincial theatres. Pr. 
1794. 

CONSPIRACY. P. 4 a. Geo. Lash Gordon. 
Liverpool P.O.W., June 10, 1882. 

CONSPIRACY. D. 5 a. J. Beaniul (.1. B. 
iiiulholhind). Gla.sgow Princess's, Jlrtrch 5, 1888. 



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CONSl'IKACV: Oil, THE CHANUE Ut 
G(i\ EKX.MENJ, THE. T. W. Whitaker. Ep. 
by Ravenscroft, Duke's T., 1680. Pr. 1680. 

CONSPIRACY, THE. T. Henry Killigrew. 
Afterwards called Pallantus and Eudora, and 
pr. as such 1653. Blackfryars, 1038. 

CONSPIRACY, THE. T. Robert Jephson. 
P.L. and Pr. 1796 fr. the Clemenza de Tito of 
iVIetastasio. 

CONSPIRACY, THE. P. 1 a. R. Barr and 
S. Lewis-Ransom. Dublin Royal, November 8, 
1007 ; Adelphi, September 9, 1908 ; Adelphi, No- 
vember 23, 1908. 

CONSPIRACY AND TRAGEDY OF 
CHARLES DUKE OF BYBON, MARSHAL OF 
FRANCE. Two P. in one. Geo. Chapman. 
Blackfryars, 1608. Pr. 1C08. 

CONSPIRACY DISCOVERED; OR. FRENCH 
POLICY DEFEATED, THE. Hist. D. fr. 
Shakespeare. D.L., 1746. N.p. 

CONSPIRACY OF BRUTUS. X. Antoni. 
1691 See Julius Ccesar. 

CONSPIRACY OF GOWRIE, THE. T. Pr. 
ISOO. N. ac. 

CONSPIRACY OF THE PAZZI. Alfleri, 1783. 
Transl. by C. Lloyd, 1815. 

CONSPIRATORS, THE. T.C.O. Anon. A'-. 
in England and Ireland. Pr. ir-10. 

CONSPIRATORS, THE. P. Louis Dudliy. 
Foresters' M.H., January 5, 19(15. 

CONSTABLE JACK; OR, THE BOBBY'S 
BRIDE. Oa. 1 a. M. by C. Forbes Drum- 
mond. Words by Stratton Rodney. Bath f.R., 
May 16, 1889. 

CONSIADINA IN CORTE, LA. CO. M. by 
Sacchini. King's T. in Hay., 1782. 

CONSTANCE. 0. Lib. by T. W. Robertson. 
C.G., January 23, 1865. 

CONSTANCE FRERE. P. Pro. and 3 a. 
Herbert Gough and .Morris Edwards. Vaude- 
ville, June 27, 1887. 

CONSTANCY. Duol. Cyril Hallward. 
Corned V. April 21, 1898. 

CONST .\NT COUPLE; OR, A TRIP TO THE 
JUBILEE, THE. C. 5 a. Geo. Farquhar, D.L., 
and pr. 1700, rev. L.I.F. 1731. 

CONSTANT LOVERS; OR, THE SAILORS 
RETURN, THE. P. Geo. Duncan. Pr. 1798. 
CON.STANT MAID; OR, LOVE WILL FIND 
OUT THE WAY, THE. C. Jas. ShiiUy. Ac. 
at The Nursery in Hattoii Garden, probab y 
IG-fO-g. Pr. 1640. Afterwards repr. as Love 
Will Find Out the Way, KG7. Borr. fr. other 
plays as a ballet perf. at Royalty T., Janu:ir;. , 
1788. 

CONSTANT MAID; OR, POLL OF PLY- 
MOUTH, THE. Mus. Ent. Royalty. Pr. 1787. 
CONSTANT NYMPH; OR, THE RAMBLING 
SHEPHERD, THE. D. Past. Anon. Duke's, 
and pr. 1678. 
CONSTANT PRINCE, THE. Calderon. 
CONSTANTIA. T. 3 a. Mrs. Hughes. Pr. 
1760. 

CONST ANTINE. P. Rose T., March 21, 1591. 
N.p. 

CONSTANTINE. T. Phil Francis. C.G. 
Pr. 17.54. 

CONSTANTINE PALEOLOGUS : OR. THE 
LAST OF THE CAESARS. T. Joatiiia IJailli.'. 
I'r. 1804. N. ac. 

CONSTANTINE THE GREAT; OR. THE 
TRAGEDY OF LOVE. T. Nathaniel L' e. 
T.R., and pr. 1681. F. on hist. 
CONSULT ATIU.N, IHK. F. Hay., April, 170... 



CONSULTATION. Oa. 1 ,i. Byron and 
Schubert. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

CONTE D'ESSEX, IL. 0. Mercadante. 
Milan, 1833. 

CONTE ORY, IL. 0. Rossini. Paris, 1828. 

CONTEMPT OF COURT. Oa. Arthr Mattiii 
son and Edward Solomon. Folly, May 5, 1877. 

CONTEMPT OF COURT. C. 3 a. Dion Bon- 
cicault. Marylebone, October 1, 1879. 

CONTENDING BROTHERS, THE. C. Hy. 
Brooke. Pr. 1778. N. a-'. 

CONTENTED CUCKOLD; OR, THE 
WOMAN'S ADVOCATE, THE. C. Reuben 
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CONTENTION BETWEEN LIBERALITIE 
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Probably by Greene. PI. befoie Her Majestic. 

CONTENTION BETWEEN THE TWO 
FAMOUS HOUSES, LANCASTER AND 
YORKE, THE WHOLE. 2 parts. Pr. 1600. 
Shakespeare's Part 2 of Henry VI., publ. 
1623, is very like this. 

CONTENTION FOR HONOUR AND RICHES, 
A. Masque. Jas. Shirley. Pr. 1633. Afterwards 
enlarged and called Honoria and Mammon. 

CONTENTION OF AJAX AND ULYSSES 
FOR ACHILLES' ARMOUR, THE. Masque. 
Jas. Shirley. Taken fr. 1.3th Book of Ovids 
Metanrorphoses. Pr. 1659. 

CONTES D'HOFFMANN, LES. CO. Oflen- 
bach. Paris, October 30, 1880. 

CONTES DE LA REINE DE NAVARRE, 
LES. Scribe and Legouv^. 1850. 

CONTESSA D'AMALIl, LA. Petrella. Turin, 
1864. 

CONTEiSSE VILLANE, LE. 0. L. Ros.<i. 
1838. 

CONTEST OF BEAUTY AND VIRTUE, 
THE. Masque. Transl. fr. Metastasio by Dr. 
Arne. C.G. Pr. 1773. 

CONTESTED ELECTION. C. 3 a. (Not 
T. Taylor's.) Harjis Arundel. Pt-d. 1856. 

CONTESTED ELECTION, THE. C. Tom 
Taylor. Hay., June 29, 1859. 

CONTRABANDISTA, THE. 0. 2 a. Lib. 
F. C. Burnand. .M. by Arthur Sullivan. St. 
Geo. H., December 18, 1867. 

CONTRABANDISTA, THE. See The Chief- 
tain. 



CONTRACT, THE. 
Franklin. Hay., and 

touche's L' Amour Us( 
CONTRACT, THE. 

Dublin, 1783. 
CONTRACT, THE. 

Hillier. Margate T.R. 



C. 

Pr. 



2 a. 

1776. 



Dr. Tlios. 
f. on Des- 



CO. Robt. Uoulton. 



Cioft 



D. 5 a. Harry 
June 6, 1887. 

CONTRACT; OR, FEMALE CAPTAIN, THE. 
F. D.L., 1779, and afterwards under the latter 
title at the Hay., 1780. N.p. 

CONTRACTOR. THE. CD. 3 a. G. H. R. 
Dabbs. Shanklin Lit. Inst., December 15, 1887. 

CONTRADICTIONS. Ca. 1 a. Agnes Leigh. 
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CONTRARIETIES; OR, ALL AT CROSS PUR- 
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CONTRARY WINDS. Oa. Lib. by Fredk. 
Wood. M. bv Geo. Pox. Margate New T., 
July 24, 1882. 

CONTRAST, THE. P. Drs. Benjamin and 
J. Hoadly. L.I.F. , April 30, 1731. N.p. The 
same design is used in Tasquin. 

CONTRAST, THE. D. Past. Pr. 1782. 

CONI I'vAST. THE. C. 2 a. Ac. at Calcutta, 
DiccliibiT, li'89. 



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I'O.NIUAST, TUK. C. 5 ii. Ac. :it New 
York. Pr. 1790. 

CONTRAST; OK. THE .TEW AND MAURIED 
COURTEZAN, TUE. V. Waldroii. D.L., 
May 12. 1775. N.p. 

CONTRAST; OR, THE MAYORALTY OE 
TRUEBOROUGH, THE. C. E. Smith. 

CONTRETEMPS; OR, RIVAL QUEENS, 
THE. F. Anon. Ac. at Heidegger's Private 
T., near Hay. Pr. 1727. 

CONTRIVANCES; OR, MORE WAYS THAN 
ONE, THE. Ballad F. Henry Carey. D.L. 
August a, 1715; and C.G. Pr. 1715. 

CONTROLEUR DES ^VAGONS-LITS, LE. C. 
.") !i. Alex. Biscion. Orig. pr. at the Paris 
Nouveaut^s, March 11, 18!)8. An uilap. entitled 
On and Off. Pr. at tlie Royalty, October 7, 
1907; Vaudeville, December J, IWit*. 

CONVENIENT LOVER, TliK. V. 1 a. 
Catherine Roxburgh. Glasgow Ro\altv, Ajiiil 
2S, 1009. 

CONVENIENT SON-IN-LAW, A. F. Ports- 
mouth T.R., June 4, 1877. 

CONVENT, THE. M.D. John Raiinie. Pr. 
No date. N. ac. 

CONVENT BELL, THE. D. 4 a. A. Tul- 
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CONVENT BELLES. P. Edwd. Fitzhall. 
Olympic, 1841-4. 

CONVENT OF PLEASURE, THE. C. I!y 
Margaret Duchess of Newcastle. 1G68. N. ae. 

CONVERSATION OF A FATHER WITH 
HIS CHILDREN; OR, THE DANGER OF DIS- 
REGARDING THE LAWS, THE. Transl. fr. 
Gesner. Pr. 1792. N. ac. 

CONVERSION OF ENGLAND, THE. Hist. D. 
Rev. H. CresswelL Vauxhall St. Peter's IL, 
1885. 

CONVERSION OF NAT STURGE, THE. C.P. 
I a. Malcolm Watson. H.M., June 23, 1904; 
Garrick, July 9, 1904. 

CONVEiRSION OF ST. PAUL. Sec- • Miracle 
Play.-<." 

CONVERT, THE. D. 4 a. Sergius Stepe- 
nack. Transl. fr. the Rubsian by Constance 
Garuett. Avenue, June 14, 1S98. 

CONVERTED COURTEZAN, THE. The first 
part of The Honest Whore. Originally pr. 
under this title. Circa 1604. 

CONVERTED ROBBER, THE. Past. P 
(;<-orge Wild. Ac. at St. John's College, Ox- 
lord, 1C37. 

CONVERTS; OR, THE FOLLY^ OF PRIES! ■ 
CRAFT, THE. O. Anon. Pr. KiOO. 

CONVICT. THE. D. Perf. J. Wilson. 1810. 

CONVICT. THE. P. City of London, Novem- 
ber, 1838. 

CONVICT. THE. D. H. Neville. Liverpool 
R. Amphitheatre, August 3, lSi',8 

CONVICT, THE. D. 4 a. Fred Jarman. 
Woolwich R.A.T., July 21, 1901; Strat. R., 
November 18, 1901. 

CONVICT; OR, HUNTED TO DEATH, THE. 
D. Prol. and 4 a. C. H. Stephen.son. Pav., 
February 1, 1868. 

CONVICT 99. D. 4 a. J. Denton. Adap. 
fr. a story. Peckham Crown, June 22, 1908. 

CONVICT ON THE HEARTH, THE. P. A. 

Fredk. Fenn. Court, February 6, 1906; rev 
Queen's, October 22, 1907; rev. Savoy, Decem- 
ber 30, 1907. 

CONVICT'S DAUGHTER, THE. D. 4 a. Gor- 
don Holmes. Newcastle-on-Tyne T.R., October 
1.-, 1W3 (C.V.); IslJnston Grand, March 7, 1904. 



CONVICT'S ESC.M'E. THE. See .4 Corivi.fH 

Win'. 

CONVICT'S WIFE, A. CD. 3 a. W. 

S,->pte, jun. P.O.W. (under title of Mnruh in 
ITol. and 3 a.). May 31, 1889. Grand. May 
19. 1890. 

CONVICTS. P. 1 a. Edwin Holland and 
Robert Hillard. New T. (C.P.). October 24, 
1903. 

CONVIVADO DE PIEDRA. C. Terso de 

.Molino, whose name w^as Tellez. 1626. This 
is the origin?.! of all the Don J nans. 

COOKETTISH COOK; OR, THE AREA 
BELL RUNG TOO MANY TIMES, THE. 
M. .Melange. By F. Wynne Scarlett. Biiglit.ui 
Aq., November 11, 1895. 

COOL AS A CUCUMBER. F. 1 a. W. 
Blanchard Jerrold. Lyceum, .Man Ii 24, 1851; 
Gaiety, November, 1872. 

COOLEEN DAAVN. uMartin Dulnall and J. 
B. Johnstone. Surrey. October 14, 1861. 

COOPER, THE. M. Ent. M. by Dr. Arne. 
Hay., June, 1772. Pr. 1772. Taken fr. a Fr. 
piece called Le TonneUer. 

CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT, A. F. Harry 
Lemon. Hay.. April 6. 1868. 

COOPER'S HILL. Sir John Dejiliam. Pr. 
1643. 

COPING STONE. THE. P. 4 a. G. Law- 
iL-nce. Eastbourne D.P., Ai)ril 19. l9u7. 

COPPER CAPTAIN, THE. Kemble and 
Lewis played in a piece of this name at 
Dublin. 

COQUET. THE. M. Ent. Steph. Storaee. 
Sung at Marylebone Gdns. Pr. 1771. Transl. 
fr. Ital. of Goldini. and adap. to the original 
music of Galluppi. 

COQUET; OR. THE ENGLISH CHEVALIER. 
THE. C. Chas. Molloy. L.I.F., and pr. 1718. 

COQUETS SURRENDER; OR. THE 
HUMOROUS PUNSTER, THE. C. Anon. 17.32. 
Publ. in 17.33 under the title of Ihe Court 
Lady; or. The Coquet's Surrender. 

COQUETTE, Op. C. 2 a. Wr. by R. E. 
Pattinson. M. by Daisy Sopwith and Angela 
Rawlinson. 5, Queen's Gate Place. W., Decem- 
ber 17. 1892; Albert H. West T., June 5. 1893; 
Bayswater Bijou. November 2. 1895. 

COQUETTE, THE. Burl. Hay.. 1761. N.p. 

COQUETTE, THE. P. 3 a. Adap. fr. the 
Vv. by T. Mead. Hay., July .i^, 1SC7. 

COQUETTE, THE. C. 4 a. Capt. Hawley 
Smart. Cheltenham Assembly Rooms, April 
10, ISS.'). 

COQUETTE, THE. Ca. Wm. Poel. Port- 
man Room.i, May 16, 1892. 

COQUETTE, 'THE. CO. 3 a. Book f. on 
Garrido-Lefrique's O.. Moliere d'Alcala, by H. 
J. W. Dam. Lyrics by Clifton Bingham. M. 
by Justin Clerice. P.O.W^. February 11, 1899. 

COQUETTE; OR, THE MISTAKES OF THE 
HEART. THE. C Robt. Hitchcock. Ac. at 
York and Hull. Pr. 1777. Taken fr. Mrs. 
Heywood's novel. Betsy Thoughtless. 

COQUETTE DU VILLAGE. C. Dufresnv. 
1715. 

COQUETTES; OR, THE GALLANT IN THE 
CLOSET. THE. C. Lady Houston. Chiefly a 
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CORA. O. Naumann. 1780. 

CORA. O. 4 a. M6hul. 1791. 

CORA. D. Prol. and 3 a. Adap. fr. the 
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CORA; OR, LOVE AND PASSION. D. 4a. 
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COKA; OR, THE SLAVES OF THE SOUTH. 
Grecian, June 26, 1865. 

CORA; OR. THE VIRGIX OF THE SUN. 
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CORALIE. P. 4 a. Adap. fr. the French of 
M. Delpit by G. W. Godfrey. St. James's, May 
28, 18S1. 

CORALINE; OR, SNARES AND PITFALLS. 
D. 4 a. G. A. Warriner. King's Cross, Feb- 
ruary 27. 1873. 

CORDE SENSIBLE, LA. Royalty, November 

5. 1S8S. 

CORDELIA. T. 5 a. Mrs. Hughes. Pr. 1790. 

CO-RESPONDENT. THE. F.C. 4 a. G. W. 
Appleton. Adap. fr. his novel of the same 
name bv the author Afterwards called Our 
Kate. Liverpool P.O.W., June 20, 1896 (C.P.): 
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CORESUS ET CALLIRHOE. T. Lafosse. 
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CORIN: OR. THE KING OP THE PEACE- 
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6, 1871. 

CORINNE. D. 4 a. Robt. Buchanan. Ly- 
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CORINNE. D. F. iipon Mrs. Otto Von 
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CORINNE. Burl. O. 1 a. Philip Scott, 
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26, 1895. 

CORIOLAN. T. Laharpe. 17S1. 

CORIOLANUS. T. 5 a. W. Shakespeare. 
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CORIOLANUS. F. on Haym's D. of Cajo 
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CORIOLANUS. T. James Thomson. C.G. 
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CORIOLANUS; THE INVADER OF HIS 
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CORIOLANUS; OR, THE ROMAN MATRON. 
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lanus of Shakespeare and Thomson. An ar- 
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CORKONIAN BROTHERS, THE. Burl. 
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CORKSCREW. Sk. Paragon, July 20, 1908. 

CORNARINO'S MISTAKE. Oa. Julian Ed- 
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CORNELIA. T. Robt. Garnier in Fr. Transl. 
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1594. 

CORNELIA. P. Sir W. Bartley. Ac. in 
Gibbon's Tennis Court, Clare JIarket, June 1, 
16C2. N.p. 

CORNELIA; OR, A ROMAN MATRON'S 
JEWELS. D Anecdote. J. P. Roberdean. 
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CORNELIE. T. Garnier. 1591. 

CORNELIE. T. Henault and Fuscher. 1708. 

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CORNEY COURTED. Oa. 1 a. Arthur 
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Claude Nugent. Ladbroke H. ; Comedy, 
March 6, 1893. 

CORNEY RHUE. D. Barry Connor. Brit., 
August 4, 1879. 



CORNISH COMEDY, THE. P. Ac. at Th. 
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Bodleian Library and one on paper, 1611. This 
latter is transl. and called Creation of the 
V/orld. 

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bv G. Herbert Rodwell. Lyceum, July 2, 1827. 

CORNISH SQUIRE. C. Sir John Vanbrugh, 
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See Mon.iieur de Pourceaiignac. 

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CORONATION, THE. Ent Archibald Mac- 
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CORONATION, THE. Reproduction of Geo. 
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CORONATION OF QUEEN ELIZABETH : OR, 
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CORPORAL, THE. P. Arthur Wilson, of 
Trinitv College, Oxford. Entpred Stationers' 
Co. September 4, 1646; perf. Blackfriars,. 

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CORPORAL'S WEDDING; OR, A KISS 
PROM THE BRIDE, THE. F. la. J. M. 

Morton. Adelphi, January 20, 1845. 

CORPUS CHRISTI PLAYS. See "Miracle 
Pl.Tys.'' 

CORRECT THING, THE. P. 1 a. Alfred 
Sutro. D.L., May 29, 1905; Shaftesbury, Novem- 
ber 4, 1905. 

CORRUPT PRACTICES. CD. 2 a. Frank 
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CORRUPTIONS OP THE DIVINE LAWS. 
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corsair", the. 0. M. of Herold's 0. 
Zampa. First time adap. to English stage. 
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CORSAIR, THE. Ballet. M. Albert. D.L , 
September 30, 1844. 

CORSAIR, THE. Burl. Adam. 1856. 

CORSAIR, THE. English 0. 3 a. Chas. Def- 
fell Crystal Palace, March 25, 1873; March 3, 
1877. 

CORSAIR'S REVENGE. Rom. D. 2 a. Grat- 
tan. Victoria T., March 16, 1843. 

CORSAIRE NOIR, LE. 0. 3 a. Offenbach. 
Vienna, 1872. 

CORSARO, IL. O. Pacini. Rome, 18.31. 

CORSARO, IL. 0. Pappalardo. Naplei, 
1S46. 

CORSARO, IL. O. Verdi. Trieste, Oct<jber 25, 
1S4S. 

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WOOD. M. Extrav. G. R. Sinis. Hull T.R., 
March 10, 1S81. 

CORSICAN BROTHERS, THE. D. 3 a. and 
5 tab. Adap. fr. the romance of Dumas' Les 
Frires Corses by E. Grans6 and X. de Mont^. 
First performed at Paris T. Historique, August 
10, 1850. Adap. to Eng. stage by Dion Bouci- 
cault. Princess's, February 24, 1852. Other 
vers, at ^[arylebone, March 8, 1852; Surrey, 
1852; by G. .-^Imar at Victoria, 1852; Queen's, 
1852; Grecian, 1852; City of London, 1852; 
Standard, 1852; Princess's, by Fletcher, Decem- 
ber 15, ISCO ; Lyceum, Boucicault, September, 
1880; Novelty, August 4, 1890; Lvceum, Mav 
12, 1891. 

CORSICAN BROTHERS, THE. O. Lib. by 
Chas. Bradberry. M. by Geo. Fox. Crystal 
Palace, September 25, 1888. 

CORSICAN BROTHERS, THE. New ver. 
of Alex. Dunias'.s novel. Birmingham T.R., 
October 10, 1906; Adelphi, June 17, lOOfi ; 
Adelphi, September 9, 1908; Adelphi, Novemlit-r 
S.S, 1908. ^ 

CORSICAN BROTHERS, THE. See u 
Gemiyii. 

CORSICAN BROTHERS; OR, THE 
TROUBLESOME TWINS, THE. Burl, extrav. 
H. J. Byron. Globe, May 17, 1869. 

CORSICAN BROTHERS AND CO., 
LIMITED, THE. F. C. Burnand and H. P. 
Stephens. Gaiety, November 25, 1880. 

CORSICAN PIRATE; OR. THE GRAND 
MASTER OF MALTA, THE. Burl. J. C. 
Cross. Ac. at the Circus. Pr. 1803. 

C0RSICAN3, THE. D. 4 a. Transl. fr. the 
German of Kotzebue. Pr. 1799. N. ac. 

CORSICANS, THE. Unfinished Play by Chas. 
Leftly. Circa 1802. 

CORTES. T. Referred to in The Whim. 

CORTEZ: OR, THE CONQUEST OF 
MEXICO. 0. J. R. Planche. M. bv Bishop. 
C.G., November 5, 1823. 

CORYDON AND COCHRANIA. Pas. Alex- 
andre Pennecuik. 1723. 

COSA RARA, LA. 0. Martini. 1786. Eng. 
ver. called The Siege of Belgrade. 

COSAQUE, LA. C. H. Meilhac and A. Mil- 
hma. M. by Herv6. Perf. in Fr., Gaiety, June 
IS, 1884; Eng. ver. by Sydney Grundy. Hast- 
ings, Gaiety, April 7, 1884; Royalty, April 12, 
1884. 

COSAQI^ES, LES. Dr. Spec. 5 a. and 9 sc. 
M. M. Arnault and Judicis (second time this 
country). D.L. April 24, 18.55. 

COSCOLETE. Op. bo. 1 a. Offenbach, 1865. 

COSE FAN TUTTE. CO. Mozart. Vienna, 
1790; King's T., May 9, 1811; St. James's H., 
by students, Lon. Acad, of M., December 19, 
1S99; Savoy, by students of R. Coll. of M., 
July 10, 1890. 

COSI FAN TUTTE. CO. .\dapt. and arr. bv 
Ilawcs. Prod. O.H., July 29, 1828. 

COSMO. C. Rose T., January 12, 1592. N.p. 

COSMO DE MEDICI. T. Home. 1837. 

COSMOGRAPHY. See Battle of Alcazar, 
The Blind Lady. 

COSTANZA ET ORINGALDO. O. L. Rossi. 
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COSTER BARON, THE. M.C 2 a. Harry 
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(C.P.). 

COSTER GIRL'S ROMANCE, A. P. 1 a. Ed- 
ward Jewvy Spennvm<WT. CnmhTirlce. March ".7 
1908. 



COSTER-TWIN BROTHERS, THE Burl. 
Fiank Hall. Philharmonic, November 20, 1880. 

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1796. 

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1791. 

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COTTON SPINNER, THE. Dom. C 4 a. 
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COUNCELLS OF BISHOPS, OF THE. C. 
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COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENCE. P. 5 a 
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COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENCE. D. 4 a. 
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COUNSEL'S OPINION. P. 1 a. Fredk. Bing- 
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COUNT AND THE SECRETARY. C la. 
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COUNT BENYOWSKY; OR, THE CON- 
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Render. Pr. 1798. Another ver. transl. by 
Benj. Thompson. Pr. 1800. N. ac. 

COUNT DE MAROLLES, THE. Ca. Chis- 

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COUNT DE VILLEROI ; OR, THE FATE OF 
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COUNT EGMONT. T. Goethe. 1788. Transl. 
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COUNT HANNIBAL. P 4 a. Adap. by F. 
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COUNT HANNIBAL. Ro. P. 4 a. Adap. 
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COUNT KOENIGSMARK. D. TransL fr. 
Reitzenstein by Benj. Thompson. Pr. 1800. 
N. ac. 

COUNT MORATA. P. 4 a. Robert Wilford. 
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COUNT OF ANJOU; OR. MORE MAR- 
RIAGES THAN OXE, THE. M. Rom. la. M. 
by Cooke. D.L., May 2, ISlC. 

COUNT OF BURGUNDY. THE. T. 4 a. 
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Smith. I^r. at New York 1798. By Ann 
Plumptre. Pr. 1798. N. ac. Alt. fr. latter 
transl. by Alexander Pope. CO., 1799. N.p. 

COUNT OF NARBONNE. THE. T. 5 a. 
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COUNT TEZMA. Rom. P. 3 a. A. N. 
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COUNT TREMOLIO. Venetian O. Lib. by 
Edgar Wyatt. M. by Alfd. R. Watson. Not- 
tingham T.R., September 5, 1887. 

COUNT'S DILEMMA, THE. Sk. Empress, 
.Tiilv 12, 1900. 

COUNTER ATTRACTIONS; OR. STROL- 
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a>? air." Wm. Harries Tilbury. Punch's Play- 
house, November 24, 1851. 

COUNTERFEIT, THE. F. Andrew Frr.nk- 
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COUNTERFEIT BRIDEGROOM; OR, THE 
DEFEATED WIDOWS, THE. C. Ac. Duke of 
York's T. and pr. 1677. This is Middleton's 
No Wit, No Help Like a Woman's. 

COUNTERFEIT COIN. P. 1 a. Rob Gore. 
Wi<;an R. Court T., October 4, 1901. 

COUNTERFEIT HEIRESS, THE. F. Taken 
fr. D'Urfey's Love for Money. C.G., April 10, 
1762. N.p. 

COUNTERFEIT PRESENTMENT. C. Howells. 
1870. 

COUNTERFEITS, THE. C. Prob. wr. by 
J. Leonard. Duke of York's T. and pr. 1679. 
Plot fr. a Spanish novel, " The Trepanner Tre- 
panned," which Gibber also used in She Would 
and She Would Not. 

COUNTERFEITS, THE. F. Taken fr. Moore's 
Uil Bias D.L, May 1764. N.p 

COUNTERPLOT. Charade D. Mis6 Keating. 
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all. Ac. at Bath 1787. N.p. 

COUNTESS, THE. D. 3 a. Adap. fr. the 
Fr. of Adolphe Belot by Lady Monckton Chel- 
sea. Sir Percy Slielley's T., June 2, 1882. 

COUNTESS; OR, A SISTER'S LOVE, THE. 
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ruary 21, 1870. 

COUNTESS AND THE DANCER, THE. Alt. 
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lorien Sardou's Andrea or Agnes. Olympic, 
February 27, 1886. 

COUNTESS AND THE DRAMA, THE. See 
Agnes. 

COUNTESS CATHLEEN, THE. T. W. B. 
Yeats. Dublin Ancient Concert Rooms, May 8, 
1899. 

COUNTESS GUCKI, THE. C. 3 a. Adap. 
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von Schonthan. (Originally produced in 
America.) Comedy, JO'iy 11, 1896 

COUNTESS OFESSARTAGNAS, THE. Transl. 
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COUNTESS OF PEMBROKE'S IVY CHURCH, 
THE. Abraham Fraunce. Pr. 1594. Contains 
Aminta's Pastoral, being a transl. of Tasso's 
Aminta. 

COUNTESS OF SALISBURY, THE. T. Hall 
Hartson. Taken fr. Dr. Leland's rom. Longs- 
word. Earl of Salisbury. Pr. 1767. First ac. at 
Dublin, 1704 5: Hay., Aug. 7, 1707. 



COUNTRY, THE. Benham. Tcrry'.s June 2, 
1892. 

COLNTKV ATTORNEY, THE. C. Richd 
Cumberland. Hay., 1787. N.p. See School for 
Widows. 

COUNTRY CAPTAIN, THE. C. Wr. by 
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COUNTRY COQUET; OR, MISS IN HER 
BREECHES. THE. B.O. As it may be ae. at 
D.L. Pr. 1755. 

COUNTRY COUSINS. Ent. by Mr. Mathews. 
Lyceum. February 28, 1820. 

COUNTRY CRICKET MATCH, A. C. 8 a. 
G. B. Nichols. Taunton Lon. Assembly R., 
August 5, 1898. 

COUNTRY DANCE, A. F.C. 3 a. Ernest 
Elton. Northampton O.H., March IS, 1890 
(C.P.). 

COUNTRY DRESSMAKER THE. C. 3 a. 
0. Fitzmauricc. Dublin Al>bey, October 3, 
1907. 

COUNTRY ELECTION, THE. F. 2 a. Prob. 
by Dr. Trusler. Pr. 1768. 

COUNTRY FAIR. Oa. 1 n. fiillini-'f^m and 
Elliott. Pub. by S. French. Ltd. 

COUNTRY FAIR, THE. Prcl. CO., Sei.tem- 
ber 20, 1775. N.p. 

COUNTRY GAMBOL, THE. CO. ;5 a. MS. 
In library of Isaac Reed. 

COUNTRY GENTLEJIAN; OR. CHOICE 
SPIRITS, THE. D. Wni. Woty. Pr. 1786. 

COUNTRY GIRL, THE. C Anthony Brewer. 
Pr. 1649. Afterwards (In 1677) called The 
Country Innocence; or, the Chambermaid 
Turned Quaker. 

COUNTRY GIRL, THE. C 5 a. Alt. fr. 
Wycherley's Country Wife by David Garrick. 
Pr. 1706. D.L., 1766. and October 18, 1785; 
C.G., November 23, 1805. 

COUNTRY GIRL, THE. Terry's, June 20, 
i';9S, rev. 

COUNTRY GIRL; OR, TOWN AND COUN- 
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1894; Daly's, January 18, 1902. 

COUNTRY GIRL IN LONDON, A. D. 4 a. 
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1903; rev. Edmonton R., March. 15, 19-09. 

COUNTRY HOUSE, THE. F. By Sir John 
Vanbrugh. Transl. Ir. the French of 
d'Ancourt, Maison de Campagne. Pr. 1715. 
D.L., June, 1705, and rev. C.G., 1735 and 1758. 

COUNTRY INN, THE. C. Joanna Baillie. 
Pr. 1804. N. ac. 

COUNTRY INNOCENCE ; OR, THE CHAM. 
BERMAID TURN'D QUAKER. C. John 
Leonard. T.R., and pr. 1677. See The Country 
Girl, from which it was taken. 

1 COUNTRY LASSES; OR, THE CUSTOM OF 
THE M.VNOR, THE. Chas. Johnson. Has two 
1 plots, one borr. fr. Fletcfter's Custom of the 
1 Country, the other from Mrs. Behn's City 
Heiress and what she took fr. Middleton's Mad 
World Mg Masters. D.L. and C.G., 1715. Pr. 
1715 and Bath, 1813. See The Lady of the 
Manor, The Farm House, and Custom of the 
Manor. 

COUNTRY MADCAP, THE. F. This is 
Fielding's Miss Lucy m Toicn under another 
title. C.G., 1772. 

COUNTRY MOUSE, THE. P. 3 a. A. Law. 
Worthing T.R., February 24, 1902; P.O.\V., 
February 27, 1902. 

COUNTRY ROSE, A. CD. 3 a. Mrs. F G. 
Kimberley. M. by S. Jones. Lord? T.R.. Nov- 
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Dance. First perf. C.U., January 19, 1837. 

COUNTRY SQUIRE; OR, .\ CHRIST.M.VS 
GAMBOL, THE. C. 3 a. Kiclul. (;uiiinot. 
Pr. 1732. See '£he Glo'stershiic Sqaiiv. 

COUNTRY WAKE, THE. C. Tlio.s. DogRct. 
L.I.F. Pr. 1696. Since reduced to B.F., F/rra; 
or, Hob in the Well, at D.L., 1767. 

COUNTRY WAKE, THE. F. T. Unlciuood. 
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COUNTRY WAKE, THE. C. Robt. Dodeslej. 

COUNTRY WEDDING; OR, LOVE IN A 
DALE, THE. F. 1 a. " J. W." Pr. 1750. See 
The Deceit. 

COUNTRY WEDDING; OR, THE COCKNEY 
BIT, THE. F. Hay. Pr. .same as E. Hawker's. 

COUNTRY WEDDING AND SKIMMING- 
TON, THE. Ballad F. Essex Hawker. D.L. 
and pr. 1729. See The Wedding. ■ 

COUNTRY WIFE, THE. C. 5 a. W. Wvcher- 
lov. F. partly on Moliere'.s L'Ecole des Maris 
and L'Ecole des Femmes. Pr. 1075. D.L., 16S3 ; 
rev. D.L., 1709, 1735. 

COUNTRY WIFE. THE. 2 a. Alt. fr. 
Wycherley by John Lee. D.L., Aoril 26, 1765. 
Pr. 1765. 

COUNTRY WIT, THE. C. John Crowne. 
Suggested by Moliere's L? SicUien, on L' Amour 
Peintre. D. of York's T. and pr. 1075. 

COUNTRYMAN, THE. P. Entered Stationers' 
Co. September 9, 1653. 

COUNTY, THE. P. 4 a. Estelle Burney 
and Arthur Benham. Terry's, June 2, 1892. 

COUNTY COUNCILLOR, THE. F.C. 3 a. H. 
Graham. Ladbroke H., October 7, 1891 (C.P.); 
Crystal Palace. November 17, 1892; Strand. 
November 18, 1892; Trafalgar Square, Februarv 
4, 1893. 

COUNTY FAIR, THE. D. 4 a. Chas. Ber 
nard. Original prod, in America. Brixton 
April 12, 1897; Princess's, June 5, 1897. 

COUP DE MAIN; OR. THE AMERICAN 
ADVENTURERS, THE. M.Ent. By Archibald 
Maclaren. Dundee. Pr. 1784. 

COUR DE CELIMENE, LA. 0. Thomas. 
Paris, 1855. 

COURAGE; THE STORY OF A BIG DIA- 
MOND." D. 4 a. Henry Gascoigne. Maryle- 
l)one, October 25, 1886. 

COURAGE OF LOVE ,THE. P. Tliis was the 
orig. title of Sir Wni. Davenant's P. of Love 
and Honour. 1649. 

COURAGE OF SILENCE, THE. P 4 a. Hon. 
Mrs. Artliur Henniker. Hammersmith King's. 
May 22, 1905. 

COURAGE REWARDED; OR, THE ENG- 
LISH VOLUNTEER. Political D. " A. L. G." 
Pr. 1798. N. ac. 

COURAGEOUS TURK; OR, AMURATH I., 
THE. Thos. Gofl'. 1.592-1627. Plot fr. " His- 
tories of Turkish Empire." Ac. by students 
of Christchurch, Oxon. Pr. 1032. 

COURIER OF FORTUNE, A. Rom. D. 4 a 
Arthur W. Marchmout. Bath R., March 30, 
1905 (C.P.). 

COURIER OF LYONS; OR, THE ATTACK 
UPON THE MAIL, THE. D. 4 a. C. Reade. 
Adap. fr. French of Moreau Siraudin and Dela- 
cour. First pi. at Paris Theatre de la Gaite, 
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COURIER OF THE CZAR, THE. D. 3 a. 
Chas. Osborne. Liverpool T.R., May 14, 1877. 

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COURONNE DE BLUETS. !kiu.=.savc. 1S30. 



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COURSING OF THE HARE; OR, THE MAD- 
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COURT AND CAMP. D. Adap. fr. llie 
French. Princess's, May 27, 1863. 

COURT AND CITY. C. 5 a. R. Brinslev 
Peake. Adap. fr. scenes in Sir Richard Steele's 
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COURT AND COTTAGE. CO. 1 a. Tom 
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Cxxxx AND COUNTRY. P. 7 a. In which 
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1735. 

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COURT BEGGAR, THE. C. Richd. Brome. 
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COURT CARDS. CD. 2 a. J. Palgrave 
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COURT FOOL; OR, A KING'S AMUSEMENT. 
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COURT GALLANTS. C C Selby. Fr. the 
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COURT JESTER, THE. Ca. Adap. fr. the 
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COURT OF AUGUSTUS CAEZAR. P. Dur- 
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COURT OF QUEEN S BENCH, THE. V. M. 

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COURT SCANDAL, A. C. 3 a. Aubrey 
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rr^r^,y^XvJ"E PRISON, AND THE SCAF- 
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COURTEZANS, THE. C. Transl. fr. Plau- 

"fi ^^\3^''}^'^- Warner. Pr. 1774. Plautus 
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COUSIN'S COURTSHIP. Dr. sk. Mary Col- 
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COUSINS. C. 3 a. Hamilton Aide. Chcl.sea 
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COUSINS ONCE REMOVED. Ca. 1 a. Arthur 
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Diased on the Old and New Testaments. See 
" Miracle Plays." 

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COWARD CONSCIENCE. P. 4 a. C. A. 
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COX AND BOX. C.Oa. 1 a. F. C. Burnand. 
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COX OF OOLLUMPTION. P. Day and 
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COZY COUPLE, A. F. 1 a. Sling.?by Law- 
rence. Lyceum, April, 1854. 

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ORACEED HEADS. Burl, of Broken Hearts. 
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CREDIT. Skit on Money. By G. k Beckett. 

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CREEPING SHADOWS. D. 5 a. Butler 
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CREUSA, QUEEN OF ATHENS. T. Wm. 
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CRICIITON. Burl. K. Hartley Edg.ir. dial- 
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CRICKET MATCH, THE. M.F. la. D.L.. 
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CRICKET ON THE HEARIH, THE. Drama- 
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Smith. Lyceum, December 20, 1845. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, THE. Adap. 
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another ver., frincess's, January 1, 1S46 ; adap. 
by W. T. Townsend, City of London, January 

5, 1846; adap. by B. Webster, Hay., January 

6, 1846; another ver., Grecian, January 13, 
1846 ; and others. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, THE. O. 
Sir A. Mackenzie. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH, THE. 0. 3 a. 
Carl Goldmark. Eng. lib. by Percy Pinkerton. 
Brixton T., November 23, 1900. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. T. Adap. of 
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Terry '5, December 1, 1906. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. THE. See 
Dot. 

CRIiME; OR, THE BLACK HEART. D. 

L G. Kean. Victoria, August 6, 1877. 

CRIME AND CHRISTENING. F. " Riclid. 
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CRIME AND ITS ATONEMENT. D. Don 
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1875. 

CRIME AND JUSTICE: OR, THE SHADOW 
OF THE SCAFFOLD. D. 5 a. Burford De- 
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December 15, 1892. 

CRIME AND VIRTUE. D. 5 a. Butler 
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CRIME FROM AMBITION. P. TransL fr. 
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Pr. 1799. 

CRIMELESS CRIMINAL, A. F. la. Mar- 
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CRIMES OF PARIS, THE. Melo-d. 6 a. 
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22, 18S3. 

CRIMINAL, THE. D. 5 a. Dover R. Clar- 
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CRIMINAL COUPLE, A. F. F. Herbert. 
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CRIMINAL JUDGE; OR, THE LIGHT OF 
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CRIMINALS; OR, FASHION AND FAMINE. 
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CRIMSON BLIND, THE. Dr. epifi. Sydney 
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CRIMSON CLUB, THE. D. 5 a. W. Hall 
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CRIMSON CROSS, THE. D. 4 a. Clement 
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CRIMSON HORSESHOE, THE. D. 4 a. J. 
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CRIMSON MASK, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. Fos- 
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CRIMSON SCARF, THE. CO. Lib. by H. B. 
Farnie. M. by J. E. Legouix. Alhaiiibra, April 
2i, 1871; Hay., November 24, 1873. 

CRINOLINE. F. 1 a. Rob. K. Brouj.'!i. 
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CRISIS, THE. C. 4 a. J. Alhiry. Ver. of 
Emile Angler's Les Fourchamhault. Hay., De- 
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CRISIS; OR, LOVE AND FEAR, THE. CO. 
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CRISPIN AND CRISPIANUS. Ment. in a 
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CRISPIN GENTILHOMME. C Montfleury, 
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CRISPING E iLA COMARE. O. Liiigi Ricri 
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1836. 

CRISTOFORO COLOMBO. 0. Fr?,achetti. 

CRITIC; OR, A TRAGEDY REHEARSED, 
THE. F. 3 a. R. B. Sheridan. D.L., October 
29, 1779; D.L., June 23, 1815; December 31, 
1827; C.G., 1840; Gaiety, October, 1872, and 
August, 1883; Great Queen Street, April 24, 
190.5. Sug. by The Rehearsal of the Duke of 
Buckingham (Sir Fretful Plagiary is meant for 
Cumberland). 

CRITIC; OR, A TRAGEDY REHEARSED, 
THE. A literary catchpenny by way of pre- 
lude to Sheridan's Critic. Pr. 1780. Another in 
3 a. perf. same year. 

CRITIC ANTICIPATED: OR, TEE 
HUMOURS OF THE GREEN ROOM. F. " R. 
B. S." Pr. 1779. 

CRITIC UPON CRITIC. Dr. medley. 3 a. 
Leonard MacNully. CG. Pr. 1792. 

CRITICAL DOG. A. 0. Signor Tartaglioiie. 
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CRITICAL MINUTE, THE. F. Sir Juhn 
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CRITIQUE, LA. C. Moliere. 1CC;2. 

CROAKING. Int. fr. The Good-Nafured 
Man. D.L. Co. at Lyceum, ]May 2, 18111. 

CROCHETS DU PERE MARTIN, LES. Cor- 
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CROOIATO IN EGITTO. It. 0. 2 a. Meyer- 
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1S25. 

CROCK OF GOLD, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. 
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CROCKERY. F. Victoria. J'lne 11, 1821. 

CROCODILE; OR, ACCUSED OP MURDER, 
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CROCODILE'S TEARS. Yuletide Masque. 
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(amiat.). 

CRCESUS. T. Wm. Alexander Earl of Ster- 
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CRffiSUS. See The Monarchic Tragedies. 
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CRffiSUS, KING OF LYDIA. T. A. B. 
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CROMWELL. P. Victor Hugo. 1827. See 
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CRO.MWELL. D. .5 a. Alfn d Bate RicIiarVs. 
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CUDMV.ELL. T. F. Philliii.-. Based on \ ic- 
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CROMWELL; OR, THE KING. Hist. epis. 
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CROMWELL, LORD THOMAS. Hist. P. At- 
trib. to Shakespeare. Pr. 1602. On title page 
said to be by " W. S." Theobald and other 
editors of Shakespeare's works have omitted 
this, together with six pieces more, viz. : — The 
lUtritan, Pericles Prince of Tyre, 'The Trayedy 
iif Locrine, The Yorkshire Tragedy, Sir John 
Uldcastle, and The London Prodigal. 

CROMWELL. See Combat of the Tonyue, 
I/i;c and Death of TJiOti. Lord CromweU. 

CHOMWELL'S CONSl'IRACY. T.C. " Wr. 
by a per.son of quality." Pr. lC(iO. 

CROOKED MILE, A. P. 3 a. Miss Clara 
Lemore. Manchester Comedy T., January 23, 
1885; \'audeville, April 28, 1888. 

CROOKED PATHS. D. 4 a. Leonard Daw- 
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CROOKED WAYS. D. Worcester T.R., De- 
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CROOKED WAYS; OR, BASE METAL AND 
STERLING COIN. D. 4 a. Croydon T.R., Sep- 
tember 11, 1882. 

CPi-OljUEEER. Op. bo. 1 » Otlenbaich. 
1857. 

CROQUET. Ca. 3 a. Pierre Le Cleroq. Mor- 
timer Street Assembly R., November 19, 1SG8 
(aanat.>. 

CROQUET. C. S. Shenton. Cheltenham 
T.R., June 20, ls77. 

CROSS AND THE CRESCENT, THE. D. Heir 
I'.andmann. Huddersfleld T.R., September Ki, 
is7li. 

CROSS AND THE CRESCENT, THE. 0. 4 a. 
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CROSS FOR VALOUR, THE. Military D. 
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CROSS OF HONOUR, THE. Military D. o a. 
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L(5opold Stapleaux's D., Le Coufon (Beau- 
marcheus, Paris, November 23, 1889). New 
Cross P.H., October 28, 1890, under title of 
False Witne.'is; Wakefield T.R. and O.H., 
March 14, 1892; Royalty, July 29, 1892. 

CROSS OF OLGA, THE. Rom. D. 4 a. R. 
Castleton and G. Gurney. Woodside Park H., 
January 29, 189C; Longton Queen's, July 18, 
1898. 

CROSS OF ST. JOHN, THE. D. 3 a. W. T. 
Lucas. 

CROSS PARTNERS. C By a hidy. Partly 
fr. a novel, " The Kentish Maid," and partly 
fr. a French piece of Destouches, which also 
furnished the subject of Dr. Francklin's Con- 
tract. Hay. Pr. 1792. 

CROSS PURPOSES. F. 2 a. Wm. O'Brien. 
I'.G., December 8, 1772. Pr. 1772. (•?)F. on the 
Trois Frtres Rivaux of La Font. 

CROSS PURPOSES. Ca. Adap. by M. Par- 
?elle fr. the French. Strand, JIarch 3, 1865. 

CROSS QUESTIONS AND CROOKED 
WSWERS. Ca. 1 a. F. and F. Bell. 

CROSS ROADS. D. la. J. J. Dilley. 

CROSS ROADS; OR, DOVE NEST FARM, 
THE. D. 3 a. John Sargent. Dover R. Clarence 
I'., July 13, 1885. 

CROSS ROADS OF LIFE, THE. P. based on 
Sue'.> Mvsteres de Paris. Sadler's Wells, 
N.nembcr 13, 1843. 



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C. Cola .Ntil. Richmond 



CKOSS STllOKKS 
'i'.K., Ajiril 7, ISUJ. 

OROSSKD LOVE. Ca. 1 a. Harry Woker 
ton. Piil.l. by S. French, LW. ^ 

CROSSING SWEEPER, THE. M. and dr. sk. 
Basil Hood. M. by Walter Slaughter. Oaietv 
April 8, 1833. ' ' 

SVif^^% THE LINE; OR, CROWDED 
HUlSLS. 1. 2a. Ceo. Almar. Surrey T 
December, 1833. 

CROSSWAYS, THE. P. 4 a. Mrs. Langtry 
and J. Hartley Manners (under title of YU- 
cjinxa), Manchester T.R. ; Imperial, December 8, 

CROTCHET LODGE. F. Thos. Hurlstone. 
C.G., February 17, 1795. Pr. 1795. 

in^l\"-F^^-'^^- ^- '"'■^J'- Hay. Strand, June 
10, 18(0. 

CROWN, THE. P. 3 a. Robert Wilford 
Leicester O.H., September 5, 1904 (C P ) 

CROWN DIAMONDS, THE. CO 3 a 
Auber. Princess'.';, May 2, 1844. English ver" 
ot Diamants de la Couronne. Q.v. 

CROWN FOR A CONQUEROR, A. D R 
Davenport. 1639. 

CROWN FOR LOVE. A. Hist. p. 5 a. Miss 
J. Evelyn. Edinburgh Princess's, June 17 
1874; Gaiety, October 16, 1875. 

CROWN IN-N DANGER I THE. Monol by 
Mr. Mathews. Lyceum, March 10, 182» 

CROWN JEWELS, THE. 0. 3 a. Adap fr 
Auber's 0. Les Diamants de la Couronne 
D.L., April 16, 1846. 

CROW^N OF LAUREL, A. P. 1 a. R. Stevens 
Hammersley. Leek T.H., February 19, 1903. 

CROW^N OF THORNS, A. D. 4 a. Gilbert 
Elliott. Originally prod, at Brighton Eden T., 
September 7, 1896; Olympic, October 10, 1896. 

CROWN PRINCE; OR, THE BUCKLE OF 
BRILLIANTS, THE. D. 2 a. Thos. Egerton 
Wilkes. Sadler's Wells, July 16, 1838. 

CRUCIFIXION, THE. Cant. Dr. Staiiier. 

CRUEL BROTHER, THE. T. Sir Wm 
D'Avenant. Blackfryars. Pr. 1630. 

CRUEL CARMEN; OR. THE DEMENTED 
Soi^^°5^"^', ^^'^ -^HE TERRIBLE TOREA- ! 
DOR." Burl Extrav. J. Wilton Jones. Man- I 
Chester Princess's, March 29, 1880. 

CRUEL CITY; OR, LONDON BY NIGHT I 
IHE. D. 4 a. Gertrude Warden and Wilton i 
Jones. Surrey, October 5, 1896. 

CRUEL COPPINGER. Sk. R. A. Roberts. 
Bury R., August 25, 1909. 

CRUEL DEBTOR. Int. W. Wager. Entered 
on books of Stationers' Co., 1565-6. 
wn'pVn^ DESTINY; OR, THROWN ON THE 
WORLD A. Dom. D. 3 a. Wilfred Carr 
Woolwich R. Artillery T., October 23, 1899 

VENCF^Tni'^'^n^i ^^' ^ TERRIBLE RE- 
VENGE, THE D. Pro. and 3 a. Edwin Read- 
ing. Coventry Ass. Rooms, October 29, 1885 

MENt'^THF^^t' ^^' THE ROYAL RESENT- 
MENT, THE. T. Mrs. Centlivre. F. on Siois- 
miinda and Guiscardo in Boccace's novel DL 
IrlO. Pr. 1717. ' ' '' 

CRUEL HERITAGE; OR, A FLASH IN THE 
PAN A. P. 4 a. Allan Upward. Dublin 

23^1 % "ri^n."' ^J'V' '" "'' ^«'')- October 
^■i. 1896, Clapham Shakespeare, May 9, 1898. 

CiPvUEL KINDNEi&S. THE. P. 5 a Mrs 
Crowe. Hay., June 6, 1853. ^• 

CRUEL LAW, THE. CD. 4 a. Walters 
Craven. Stratford T.R., December 16, 1895. 



5 a. 

18S8. 



Frank Harvey. 
Afterwards re- 



Robt. Hall. Margate 
F. 1 a. T. J. Wil- 



I CRUEL LONDON. D. 
Oldham T.R., March 23, 
named ^Vicked London. 

CRUEL TEST, A. P. 
T.R., April It), 1881. 

CRUEL TO BE KIND 
liams and A. Harris. Princess's, March 6 1860 

CRUEL WAR, THE. T. Anon. Pr. 1643 

CRUEL WRONG, A. D. J. M. Killick 
Cabinet, Octoher 2s, 1869 (amat.). 

CRUELTY OF A STEPMOTHER, THE. P 
Ac. at Court, December, 1578. 
T,CRUELTy OF THE SPANIARDS IN PERU, 
lUE.^ Sir Wni. D'Avenant. Cockpit, 1658, and 
pr. lOoo. 

CRUISE IN THE BAY OF BISCAY, A. Oa. 
E. A. Williams. M. by A. G. Pritchard. New 
Cross H., August 30, 1884. 

CRULSE OF H.M.S. IRRESPONSIBLE, THE. 
bee H.M.S. Irresponsible. 

CRUISE OF H.M.S. VICTORY. M.C. Flo 

,-^^'f^^ ^^- '•>' H. Peterson. Edmonton T.R. 
(C.P.), September 15, 1906. 

CRUISE OF THE CALABAR, THE MC 

3 a. Messrs. Percy and Arthur Milton. 'War- 
nngton Court T., August 3, 1903. 

CRUISE OF THE CONSTANCE, THE. C 
a-- -^^- by Violet Hatherley and Clis. Winch- 
comb. Worthing R., June lo, 1909. 

CRUISE OF THE CRUSOES, THE CO E 
Bryam Wyke. M. by Edwd. Williams.' Man- 
chester Queen's, August 8, 1881 

CRUISE TO CARNOUSTIE, A. F C 5 so 
Gilbert Payne and Frank Percival. M by 
Signor J. de Gabriel. Dundee Empire, July 24, 
1905. 

CRUISE TO CHINA, A. Op. Bo. Adap. fr 
M. Bazms Le Voyage en Chine. Garrick, June 

5, 18(9. 

CRUSADE, THE. English 0. Frederic Eey- 
nolds. CO., May 6, 1790. 

CRUSADER, THE. O. 4 a. George Tootell 
(perf by amateurs). Lytham Pier, November 

6, 190b. 

CRUSADER AND THE CRAVEN, THE 
Mediaeval 0. 1 a. W. Allison. M. by Percy 
Reeve. Globe, October 7, 1890. 
CRUSADEiRS, THE. Cant. N. W. Gade 
CRUSADERS, THE. O. 3 a. Alfred Brown 
and St. Georges. M. by Benedict. D.L., Feb- 
ruary 26, 1846. 

CRUSADERS, THE. D. J. Ebsworth. Mary- 
lebone, November, 1849. 

CRUSADERS, THE. C. of modern London 
life. 3 a. H. A. Jones. Avenue, November 2, 
1891. 

CRUSHED. F. Ladbroke H. April 24, 1890 
(C.P.). 

CRUSHED TRAGEDIAN, THE. C. 5 a. H. 
I. Byron. Hay., May 11, 1878. 

CRUSOE THE CRUISER. Burl. 0. 2 a 
Wilton Jones, A. Christensen, and M. Connelly. 
Parkhurst, July 23, 1894. 

CRUTCH AND TOOTHPICK. C 3 a. Adap. 
by Geo. R. Sims. Royalty, April 14, 1879; 
Gaiety, November, 1879. 

CRY, THE. Dr. Fable. 3 vols. Pr. 1754. By 
Mrs. Sarah Fielding or Miss Patty Fieldin" 
and Miss Jane Collier. 

CRY IN THE DARKNESS; OR, THE COL- 
LISION IN THE MERSEY, THE. D. Liver- 
pool R. Colosseum. December 11, 1871 

CRY OF THE CHILDREN, THE. Dom. and 
Military D. 4 a. W. Bourne. Stratford T.R . 
March 9, 1903. 



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CRY QUITS. D. 1 a. Arr. by H. Austin. 
Brixton Hall, June 16, 1903. 

CRY TO-DAY AND LAUGH TO-MORROW. 
S.C. after-piece. 2 a. E. P. Knight. M. by 
Cooke. D.L., November 29, 1816. 

CRYrTOCONCHOIDSYPHONOSTOMATA. F. 

Ch. Collette. O.C. November, 1876. 

CRYSTAL GAZER, THE. Ca. la. Leo- 
pold Montague. Queen's H., June 5, 1890; 
Coronet, June 26, 1899. 

CRYSTAL GAZER, THE. D. Sk. Leopold 
Maityn. Albert Hall, November 14. 1906. 

CRYSTAL GAZING. Sk. F. Bowyer. Hack- 
ney Empire, December 3, 1906. 

CRY'STAL GLOBE, THE. D. 5 a. Adap. by 
Sutton Vane fr. La Joueuse D'Orgue of 
Xavien de Montepin and Jules D'Ornay. Prin- 
cess's, December 24, 1898. 

CRYSTAL QUEEN, THE. D. 4 a. A. W. 
Parry. Liverpool Adelphi, August 7, 1893. 

CRYSTAL RING, THE. F.P. 3 a. Stanger 
Pritchard. M. by Walter Seward. Norwich 
Assembly R., October 24, 1903. 

CUCK QUEANES, Etc. C. W. Percy. 1601. 
Pr. 1824. 

CUCKOLD IN CONCEIT, THE. C. Sir 
John Vanbrugh, Queen's T., Hay., March 22, 
1706. N.p. Little more than transl. of 
Moliere's Cocti Imaginaire. 

CUCKOLD'S HAVEN; OR, AN ALDERMAN 
\0 CONJUROR. F. N. Tate. Plot partly fr. 
Eastward Hoe and partly fr. The Devil's an 
Ass, by Ben Jonson. Dorset Gdns., 1685. Pr. 
1685. 

CUCKOO, THE. Ca. 1 a. Walter Helmore. 
Criterion, October 5, 1887. 

CUCKOO, THE. An adap. in 3 a. by C. H. 
Brookfteld of Meilhac's C, Decore. Avenue, 
March '2; 1S99 ; Vaudeville, November 26, 1907. 

CUCULIO; OR, THE HOOD. B.C. 254-184. 
Plautus. C. Transl. into blank verse by 
Tliornton, Rich, Warner, and Colman. 1769- 
1774. 

CULPRIT. F. 1 a. T. H. Bayly. St. James's, 
January 18, 1838. 

CULPRITS. F; 3 a. Arthur Law. Liverpool 
P.O.W., August 29, 1890. Terry's, March 6, 
1891. 

CULTURE. "C. 3 a. Sebastian Evans and 
Frank Evans. Adap. fr. Le Monde oil Von 
s'Enniiie by Edouard Pailleron. Bournemouth 
T.R., December 5, 1884; Gaiety, May 5, 1885. 

CUNNING LOVERS, THE. C. Alexander 
Brome. D.L. Pr. 1654. For the plot see The 
Seven Wise Masters of Rome and a novel called 
" The Fortunate Deceiv'd " and Unfortunate 
Lovers. 

CUNNING MAN, THE. M.E. 2 a. Dr. C. 
Buiney. Tranal. of Roueseau's Devin du Vil- 
larje. D.L., November 21, 1766. Pr. 1766. 

CUP, THE. T. 2 a. Alfred Tennyson. 
Lyceum, January 3, 1881. 

CUP OF TEA, A. Ca. 1 a. Princess's, Feb- 
ruary 15, 1869; rev. at Gaiety, March, 1883. 

CUPBOARD LOVE. F. 1 a. Fredk. Hay. 
Vaudeville, April 18, 1870. 

CUPBOARD LOVE. F. 3 a. H. V. Esmond. 
Court, December 3, 1898. 

CUPBOARD SKELETON, THE. F. " Aja.\." 
Ladbroke H., May 14, 1887. 

CUPID. Masque. T. Middleton. Pr. 1013. 

CUPID. Burl. Adelphi, 1832. 

CUPID. Burl. Joseph Graves. Queen's and 
Strand, 1837. 



CUPID. M.C. Henrv A. Duffy. Southamp- 
ton T.R. and O.H., April 14, 1882. 

CUPID; OR, TWO STRINGS TO A BEAU. 
Extrav. H. P. Stephens and C. Harris. Royalty, 
April 26, 1880. 

CaiPID AND A CiA.RAVAX. P. 2 a. Artliur 
Lealie. Crouch End A.s<5em. Rooms, April 22, 
1909. 

OUiPID A(ND BACCHUS. Ptmt. John 
Wesiver. D.L., 1719. 

CUPID AND CAMPASPE. D. Lyly. 1583. 

CUPID AND CO. M.F. 3 a. Horace 
Leonard. Sheffield City T., August 0, 1894. 

CUPID AND OOMMOMSiEiNSE. P. 4 a. 
.\rnold Bennett. Shaftesbury, January 24, 
1908 (C.P.). Prod, by the Incorporated Stage 
Society. Shafte^ibury, Janiiary 26, 1908. 

CUPID AND DEATH. Masque. Jas. Shir- 
lev. Perf. before Ambassador of Portugal, 
March 26, 1653. Pr. 1659. 

CUPID AND FOLLY; OR, THE COURT OF 
LOVE. Ballet by Noble. D.L., October 2, 
1823. 

CUPID AND HYMEN. Masque. John 
Hughes. Pr. 1717. 

CUPID AND PSYCHE. P. Thos. Hey wood 
N.p. Probably same as Cuiiid's Mistress. 

CUPiD AND PSYCHE. M. Wm. Mason. M. 
by Giardini. N.p. N. ac. 

CUPID AND PSYCHE. L.D. Muller. 19t!i 
cent. 

CUPID AND PSYTHE. M Sk. Mary Righ- 
ton. Bayswater Bijou T., April 20, 1895 (by 
children). 

CUPID AND PSYCHE; OR, BEAUTIFUL 
AS A BUTTERFLY. Extrav. F. C. Burnand. 
Olympic, December 26, 1864. 

CUPID AND PSYCHE; OR, COLUMBINE 
COURTEZAN. D. Panto. Ent. D.L., February 
4, 1734. Pr. 1734. 

CUPID AND THE SCANDALMONGERS. C. 
4 a. E. Dtnny. Wyndham's, February 1, 1904. 

CUPID AND THE STYX. C. 3 a. J. Sack- 
ville Maitin. Manchester Gaiety, February 8, 
1909- 

CUPID FROM JEWRY. C. 3 a. J. A. 
Mason. Kilburn T.R., May 3, 1897. 

CUPID: HIS CORONATION. Masque. Ac. 
" at The Spittle " in 1654. 

CUPID IN A CONVENT. CO. 3 a. E. M. 

Seymour. M. by Mario Di Capri. Fulhani 
Grand, July 18, 1903 (C.P.); Croydon T.R., 
August 17, 1903. 

CUPID IN AiRCADY. Fantasy. Mrs. Adrian 
C. Hope. Pioyal Botanic Gardens, Regent's 
Park. July 21, 1909. 

CUPID IN CAMP. CD. 2 a. G. C. Vernon. 
Criterion, May 22, 1882. 

CUPID IiN ERMINE. Ca. 1 a. Ellen Lan- 
caster Walli». Kennlngton P.O.W., March 27, 
1899. 

CUiPIlD IN KERRY. C. 3 a. Edmund 
Leamy. Dublin Queen's, April 19, 1906. 

CUPID IN LONDON. Q., 1835. 

CUPID IN MISCniHF. Dr. Ca. 1 a. W. 
Brett Plummer. Balham Assembly R., April 
29, 1901. 

CUPID IN WAITING. C 3 a. Blanchard 
Jerrold. Royalty, June 17, 1871. 

CUPID INCOG. Oa. Co'rnelius Van-derBili. 
M. by Martyne Van Lennep. St. George's H., 
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CUPID WINS. Divertieee. Arr. by Alfredo 
Curti. M. toy 0. W. Byjig. Alharabia, Jtuiu- 
ary Ti. 1908. 

CUPID'S ALLEY. C. 1 a. l)rummon<l 
Roche. Dublin Gaiety, June 6, 1905. 

CUPIDS BANISHMENT. Masque. R. Whita. 
Ac. at Greenwich, May 4, Ifil?. 

CUPID'S DIPLOMACY. Int. D.L., Januarj 
7, 1840. 

CUPIDS DKKAM. Int. llcliry Austin. 
Bijfiliton Palace Pier. May -l^, 190(3. 

CUPID'S FROLIC. Dr. Inc. Wilford F. Field. 
Ealing Vestry H., March 30, 1889. 

CUPIDS ISLE. M.C. 2 a. G. Eansley. 
Liverpool, David Lewlfj Club, April 3, 1909. 

CUPIDS LADDER. D. 2 a. Leicester Buck- 
ingham. St. James's, October 29, 1859. 

CUPID'S MESSENGER. P. la. Alfred C. 
Calmour. Novelty, July 22, 1884. Rev. at 
Vaudeville 1885, and December 2, 1887. 

CUPID'S MISTRESS. Masque. Thos. Hty- 
Hood. 1537. N.p. 

CUPID'S ODDS AND ENDS. C. 3 a. 
Catherine Lewis. Parkhurst, June 1, 1895 
(C.P.). 

CUPID'S REVENGE. T. Beaumont and 
Fletcher. Ac. by Children of Revels, January 
1, 1612-13. Pr. 1615. Entered Stationers' Co., 
April 24, 1615. F. on Sidney's Arcadia. 

CUPID'S REVENGE. Arcadian past. Fran- 
lis Gentleman. Hay., June 12, 1772. Pr. 1772. 

CUPID'S REA'EX'GE. See Lore Despised. 

CUPID'S SACRIFICE. T. W. Percy. 1602. 
(M.S.) N.p. 

CUPID'S THRONE. Arcadian C. 1 a. Re- 
.uent'e Park Royal Botanical Gardens, June 17, 
1907. 

CUPID'S VAGARIES. P. Belonging to the 
Cock-pit Co. 1639. 

CUPID'S WHIRLIGIG. C. By " E.S.," pro- 
bably Edward Sharphuni. Ac. by the cliildren 
of the King's Revels. Pr. 1607. " 

CUPS AND SAUCERS. F. Geo. Grossmith. 
Taken fr. La Ceramique. Op. C, August 5, 
1878. -See Bric-a-Brac, Under Cover. 

CURATE, THE. CD. 5 a. and 1 tab. Rass 
Chains. Gt. Grimsby P.O.W., May 3, 1886. 

CURCULIO. Plautus. See "Latin Playe." 

CURE, THE. F. 3 a. Weedon Grossmith. 
Dublin Gaiety, April 18, 1903; Hammersmith 
King's, June 8, 1903. 

CURE FOR A COXCOMB; OR, THE BEAU 
BEDEVILL'D, A. D. Piece. C.G., May, 1792. 

CURE FOR A CUCKOLD, A. C. John Web- 
ster and W. Rowley. Pr. 1661. See The City 
Bride. 

CURE FOR A SCOLD, A. B.O. Jas. Wors- 
dale. Taken fr. Shakespeare's Taming of the 
Shrew. London and Dublin. Pr. 1738. Ac. 
D.L., 1735. 

CURE FOR COXCOMBS, A. Oa. M. by 
Mr. Watson. Lyceum, August 30, 1821. 

CURE FOR DOTAGE, A. M. Ent. Sung at 
Marylebone Gdns. Pr. 1771. 

CURE FOR FOOLERY, A. F. E. J. Jones 
and Harry Brashier. Walthamstow Victoria 
H., January 21, 1888. 

CURE FOR JEALOUSY, A. C. John Carey. 
L.I.F. and D.L., 1705. Pr. 1701. 

CURE FOR LOVE, A. C. 2 a. Thos. Parry. 
Hay., November 29, 1842; rev. 1853. 



CURE FOR ROMANCE, A. Oa. M. arr. fr. 
Vaccarl by Mr. Kearns, and other m. by Mr. 
Solly. Lyceum, August 30, 1819. 

CURE FOR ROMANCE, A. C. Thomson. 
1819. 

CURE FOR THE FIDGETS, A. F. 1 a. Thos. 
J. Williams. Surrey, September 14, 1867; rev. 
Gaiety, September, 1876. 

CURE FOR THE HEARTACHE, A. C. 5 a. 
Thos. Morton. C.G., January 10, 1797; D.L., 
1824; Royalty, September, 1872. 

CURE OF PRIDE, THE. C. This is Mas- 
.'iinger'e City Madam. Alt. N.p. 

CURE OF SAUL. O. Arnold. 1770. 

CURFEW, THE. P. 5 a. John Tobin. M. 
by Attwood. D.L., January 19, 1807 (rev.). Pr. 
1807. 

CURIA, THE. Sc. taken fr. Massinger's T., 
The Roman Actor. D.L., June 3, 1822. 

CURING THE DOCTOR. F. Ep. J. H. Darn- 
ley. Walsingham Club, February 26, 1905. 

CUKIO, THE. D. 1 a. Adap. fr. the French. 
Folkestone Pleasure Gardens T., December 8, 
1S92. 

CURIOSITY. C. W. C. Critton. Dublin Smock 

Alley, 17S5. 

CURIOSITY. P. C.G., April, 1798. N.p. 
Transl. fr. a German p., Siri Brake; or, The 
Dangers of Curiosity. 

CURIOSITY. C. 3 a. Transl. fr. the Fr. of 

Mme. Geniis by Frunciri Lathom. Norwich, 
ISOl. Pr. 1801. 

CURIOSITY. C. 3 a. Joseph Derrick. 
Vaudeville, September 14, 1886. 

CURIOSITY; OR, A PEEP THROUGH THE 
KEYHOLE. C. W. C. Oulton. Dublin, 1785. 
N.p. 

CURIOSITY CURED; OR, POWDER FOR 
PEEPING. D. By J. B. Buckstone. D.L., 
July 21, 1825. 

CURIOUS CASE, A. CD. 2 ;i. Princes.s's, 
1846; Lyceum, 1853; and Gaiety, October, 1872. 

CURIOUS IMPERTINENT, THE. Crowne. 
Taken fr. Don Quixote. See Amorous Prince. 

CURRENT CASH. D. Prol. and 4 a. C A. 
Clarke. N. Shields, May 3, 1886; Greenwich 
P.O.W., May 24, 1886; Surrey, July 25, 1887. 

CURRENT COIN. C 3 a. Julian Cross. 
Bristol T.R., February 28, 1879. 

CURSE OF CRIME, THE. D. 4 a. J. Roche- 
fort. Surrey, March 21, 1904. 

CURSE OF HER LOVE, THE. D. 4 a. Wm. 
Ilibbert. Croydon R., May 22, 1905. 

CURSE OF KIVAH, THE. D. 4 a. M. Wal- 
Icrton and F. Gilbert. Edmonton T.R., June 
0, 1902. 

CUiRSE 
1739-1802. 



OF SAUL, THE. Orat. Arnold. 



CURSE OF THE CARDS, THE. P. 1 a. E. 

Harmadale and A. Slielton. Stockport T.R., 

.luly 25, 1906. 

CURSE OF THE COUNTRY, THE. D. 4 a. 

Arthur Shirley. Elph. and C, May 22, 1905. 

CURSE OF WOMEN, THE. D. G. Ivan 
Payne. Bayswater Bijou, November 30, 1903. 

CUSHLA-MA-CREE. D. a 3. John Levey. 
Liverpool Adelphi, September 1, 1873; Maryle- 
bone, October 18, 1873. 

CUSTOM HOUSE, THE. F.C 3 a. L. A. D. 

Montague, Vaudeville, March 24, 1892. 



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CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY, THE. T.C. 
Beaumont and Fletcher. Prior to 1628. Pr. 
1647. Rev. T.R., 1667. See Bickentaff's Burial. 

CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY, THE. P. 3 a. 
W. F. Hewer. Cirencester Corn H., April 19, 
1901. 

CUSTOM OF THE MANOR See Country 
Lasses. 

CUSTOM OF ZURICH, THE. C.B. Sadler's 
Wells, April 17, 1797. 

CUSTOM'S FALLACY. Br. sk. 3 a. James 
M. Grant. 1805. Pr. 1805. N. ac. 

CUT AND COME AGAIN. F. Robert Soutar. 
Olympic, August 9, 1879. 

CUT BY THE COUNTY. See 'Tivixt Kith 
and Kin. 

CUT FOR PARTNERS. F. la. Jas. Bru- 
ton. Princess's, April, 1845. See Paul the 
Presented. 

CUT MISER, THE. The Miser reduced to a 
F. by Edward Tighe. Pr. 1788. 

CUT OFF WITH A SHILLING. Ca. 1 a. S. 
Theyre Smith. P.O.W., April 10, 1871. 

CUTLACKE (GOOD LUCK). Ac. by Lord 
Admiral's servants, 1594. N.p. 

CUTTER OF COLEMAN STREET, THE. C. 
Abraham Crowley. Ac. 1061. Duke of York's, 
1663. Pr. 1663. Previously called The Guar- 
dian. Now rewritten. N.B.— Cutter signifies 
•' Swaggerer." 

CUTTING OUT A PRIZE. P. 1 a. Fenton 
Mackay. Margate Grand, July 18, 1904. 

CUTWELL. P. Ac. 1576. 

CYBELE; OR, HARLEQUINS HOUR. 
Panto. Royal Circus. J. C. Cross. Pr. 1804. 

CYCLING. Ca. 1 a. Albert Chevalier. 
Strand, July 11, 1888. 

CYCLONE, THE. F. 3 a. W. F. Heatley. 
Ladbroke H.. April 24, 1900 (aui.at.). 

CYCLOPAEDIA, THE. F. Mrs. Hoper. Hay., 
1748. N.pr. 

CYCLOPS, THE. B.C. 480 407. Transl. fr. 
Euripides by Potter 1781, Wodhull 1782, Shelley, 
and with Buckley's prose transl. in Bohn's 

pcTieii. See " Greek Flays." 

CYMBELINE, KING OF GREAT BRITAIN. 
T. Shakespeare. Begun ie08, finished loiu. 
Pr. first folio 1(;23. Fd. on Holuished'e 
Chronicles and a novel of Boccaccio (Da.) 11, 
novel 9). Storv .also taken fr. aJi old story- 
book, " Westward for 6melts," 1603. Alt. by 
Ch. March. Pr. 1755. Alt. by W. Hawkins. 
C.G., 1759. Pr. 1759. Alt. by David Garrick. 
D.L., 1761 and pr. Alt. by H. Brooke. Pr. 
1778. Alt. ibv vKemble for D.L. Pr. 1801. Rev. 
and ac. at C.G., 1810. Pr. 1810. Arr. by Henry 
Irvins, Lyceum, September 22, 1896. Manches- 
ter Queen'.s, January 13, 1906, and Glasgow 
Grand, October 11, 1906. Rev. at Stratford- 
on-Avon, April 23, 1909. 

CYMBRA; OR, THE MAGIC THIMBLE. 
CO. 3 a. Harry Paulton. M. by Florian Pas- 
cal. Strand, March 24, 1883. 

CYMON. D. Rom. David Garrick. D.L., 
January 2, 1767. Pr. 1707. First perf. as O., 
5 a., and pr. 1793. 

CYMON. F. 2 a. Alt. fr. ©avid Garrick. 
D.L., Edinburgh, 1783. 

CYMON AND IPHIGENIA. Dryden. 1C31- 
1701. 



CYMON AND IPHIGENIA. Lyr. C. Pastoral. 
1 a. Adap. fr. David Garrick. J. R. Planch^. 
Lyceum, April 1, 1850. 

CYNIC, THE. C. 4 a. Herman Merivale. 
Suggested by Faust legend. Manchester T.R. 
(under the title of The Modern Faust), Novem- 
ber 19, 1881; Globe, January 14, 1882. 

CYNIC'S DEFEAT; OR, ALL IS VANITY, 
THE. Ca. Alfred Thompson. Liverpool 
P.O.W., August 19, 1878. 

CYNICS, THE. C. 3 a. Robert WiUor*. 
Barrow Royalty, September 10, 1904 (C.P.). 

CYNTHIA. C. 3 a. H. H. Davies. Wyn*- 
ham's. May 10, 1904. 

CYNTHIA AND CYRUS. T. Hoole. C.G., 
1768. 

CYNTHIA AND ENDYMION; OR, THE 
LOVES OF THE DEITIES. Dr. 0. 6 a. T. 
D'Urfey. Story taken fr. Ovid's Metamorphoses 
and Psyche in Apulcius's Golden Ass. D.L., 
1697. Pr. 1697. 

CYNTHIA'S REVELS; OR, THE FOUNTAIN 
OF SELF-LOVE. C. Ben Jonson. Ac. by the 
children of Q. Elizabeth's Chapel, 1600. Pr. 
1600. 

CYNTHIA'S REVENGE ; OR, MAENANDER'S 
EXTACY. T. John Stephens. Plot fr. Lucan's 
Pharsalia and Ovid's Metamorphoses. Pr. 1613. 

CYNTHIA'S SACRIFICE. Dr. episode. 1 a. 
Edwin Drew. St. Geo. H., April 11, 1893. 

CYPRIAN CONQUEROR; OR, FAITHLESS 
RELICT, THE. P. In MS. at Brit. Museum. 

CYPRUS Q. BLAKE. Piece. 1 a. G. Dayle. 

Terry's, April 28, 1904. 

CYRANO DE BERGIJRAC. P. 5 a, in verse. 
Edmond Rostrand. Porte St. Martin, Paris, De- 
cember 28, 1897; Lyceum, July 4, 1898; Adelphi, 
June 26, 1899. Adap. by Stuart Ogilvle and 
L. N. Parker. Blackpool Grand, March 5, 1900; 
Wvndham's, April 19, 1900; H.M. June 20, 
1908. 

CYRENE. Dr. fancy. 3 a. Alfd. C. Calmour. 
Avenue, June 27, 1890. 

CYR1L,S SUCCESS. C. 5a. H. J. Byron. 
Globe, November 28, 1868, and October 8, 1872 ; 
Criterion, January 25, 1800. 

CYRUS. Orat. Rossini. D.L., January 30, 
1823. 

CYRUS. See Cynthia and Cyrus. 

CYRUS THE GREAT. T. Mentioned in 1784 
as offered by Rev. Dr. Stratford to Manager of 
D.L. Probably a mistake for Darius. 

CYRUS THE GREAT; OR, THE TRAGEDY 
John Banks. L.I.F., 1696. Pr. 
Scudery's rom. of 2'he Grand 



T. 

fr. 



ASSIEGEE. 0. Gluck. Paris, 



OF LOVE. 
1696. Plot 
Cyrus. 

CYTHERE 

1775. 

CYTHEREA; OR, THE ENAMOUR'D 
GIRDLE. C. John Smith Pr. 1677. N. ac. 

CZAR, THE. CO. 3 a. John O'Keefe. C.O., 
March 8, 1790. Pr. 1798. First called The 
Czar Peter. Finally reduced to a f. and called 
The Fugitive. 

CZAR, THE. P. J. Cradock. Pr. 1824. 

CZAR OF MUSCOVY, THE. T. Mrs. Mary 
Pix. D.L., L.I.F. Pr. 1701. 

CZAAR UND ZIMMERMANN. 0. 3 a. Lort- 
zini' (Leipzig, December 22, 1837). Gaiety T., 
under the title of Peter the Shipwright, April 
15, IS'^l. 



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D 



D.T. ; OR, LOST BY DRINK. A version ol 
L'Assomvioir, by E. Romaine Cullender. Brad- 
ford T.R., August 4, 1879. See Drink. 

D'ARTAGNAN. See The Three Musketeers. 

DAD. C. 3a. F. A. Scudamore. Belfast X.R,., 
November 22, 1882. 

DADS MERMAID. CD. 1 a. W. Felton. 
Brompton Hospital, October 20, 1904. 

DADDY GRAY. D. 3a. Andrew Halliday. 
Royalty, February 1, 1868. 

DADDY HARDACRE. D. 2a. Adap. by J. 
Palgrave Simpson. Olympic, March 20, 1857. 

DADDY LONGLEGS. Panto. F. Bowyer. 
Britannia, December 20, 1885. 

DAEMOJf; OR, THE MYSTIC BRANCH, 
THE. Rom. O. M. fr. Meyerbeer's 0., Robert 
le Diable. D.L., February 20, 1832. 

d.*;mon of da^eswall. t. rr. 1802. 

. Anon. 

DAFNE. 0. Reri. See Daphne. 

DAFNE. Schiitz. Was a trans, of libretto 
used by Peri, 1027. All trace lo.^t. See Daphne. 

DAFNE. O. A. Ariosti. Hi.- first O. Was 
by Apostolo Zeno. Venice, 1080. Pr. 1690. 

DAFNE IN ALLORO. B.O. B. Ferrari. 
Vienna, 1651. (MS. in library at Modena.) 

DAGGER AND THE CROSS, THE. D. 4 » 
Brownlow Hill. Grecian, October 10, 1867. 

DAGGERS DRAWN. Ca. Pryce Seaton. 
Strand, January 9, 1891. 

DAGOBERT. 0. Bouffe. 3 a. Richard Sell- 
man. Songs by Frank Green. M. by Herve. 
Charing Cross, August 28, 1875. 

DAGOBERT, KING OF THE FRANKS. T. 
Transl. from the German of James Marcus 
Babo by Benjamin Thompson. Pr. 1800. 

DAINTY DRESDEN. CO. Norah Begbir 
and P. Knight. (CP.) Bijou, Bayswattr, Dc 
eemtoer 20, 1906. 

DAIRYMAIDS, THE. M.P. 3 a. A. M. 
Thompson and Robert Courtneidge. M. by P- 
Reub'ens and A. Tour.s. ApolJo, April 14, 1900; 
Queen's, May 5, 1908. 

DAISY. C. 2 a. E. Manuel. Britannia, 
October 28. 1878. 

DAISY. F.C 3 a. B. T. Hughes. Glasgow 
Royalty, July 23, 1883. 

DAISY. CO. F Grove Palmer. M. byHy. J. 
Wood. Kilburn T.H., .May 1, 1890. 

DAISY FARM. D. 4 a. Henry J. Byron. 
Olympic, May 1, 1871. 

DAISY LAND. P. 3 a. H. Graham. Green- 
wich Lecture H., March 11, 1890. 

DAISY S ESCAPE. Ca. A. W. Pinero. Ly- 
ceum, Sejitember 20, 1879. 

DALH\M FORGE. D. W. Stephens. War- 
rington Prince of Wales's, October 19, 1874. 

DALIBOR. 0. Smetana. 1824-1884. 

DAME AUX CAMELIAS, LA. D. 5 a. A. 
Dumas fils. Paris Vaud., February 2, 1852; 
Gaiety, June 11, 1881 ; Eng. ver. at Lyceum. 
July, 1858. Se2 Camille, Heartsease, Lady of 
the CamcUas, and La Traviata. 

DAME BLANCHE, LA. 0. 3 a. Boieldieu. 
Lib. by Scribe. Paris, December 10, 1825. Prod, in 
English as The White Maid. CG., January 2, 
1827. Fd. on a combination of incidents taken 
fr. Scott'.s "Monastery" and "Guy Manner- 
iiig." 



DAME DE LA HALLE, LA. See The Found- 
lincjs. 

DAME DE PIQUE, LA. O. Halevy. Paris, 
1850. 

DAME DE ST. TROPEZ. D. 3 a. J as. 
Barber. Olympic, March 4, 1845. 

DAME DOBSON; OR, THE CUNNING 
WOMAN. C Edwd. Ravenscroft. Transl. fr. 
Fr. C, La Divinresse oa, Le^ faux Enchant- 
mens. Duke's T., 1084. Pr. 1084. 

DAME DU LAC, LA. O. Ro«dini. Pai-js, 
October 21, 1825. 

DAME DURDEN'S VISIT. Sk. Re Henry. 
Steinway H., November 8, 1902. 

DAME KOBOLD. CO. J. C Raff. Weimar. 

1870. 

DAMES CAPITAINES, LES. 0. 3 a. Reber. 

June 3, 1857. 

DAMNATION; OR, HISSING HOT. Int. 

Charles Stuart. Hay., August 29, 1781. N.p. 

DAMNATION OF FAUST, THE. Dr. Legend. 
4 a. and Epilogue (Paris, 1846). Adap. to the 
English Stage by T. H. Friend. M. by Hector 
Berlioz. Liverpool Court, February 3, 1894. 

DAMOISELLE; OR, THE NEW ORDINARY, 
THE. C Richard Brome. Pr. 10S3. 

DAMOISELLE ALA-MODE. C. Richard 

Fleckiio. Chiefly transl. fr. Les Precieuses 
Ridicules of Moliere, and other pieces of same 
author. Pr. 1067. N.ac. 

DAMON AND DAPHNE. Pastoral. 2 a. Ascr. 
to Tlieophilus Cibber. D.L., May, 1733. 

DAMON AND PHILLIDA. B.O. 1 a. Colley 
Cibber. Entirely taken fr. his Love in a Riddle. 
D.L. Pr. 1729. 

DAMON AND PHILLIDA. Alt. fr. Cibber 
into CO. by C Dibdin. D.L., Feb. 23, 1709. 
Pr. 1708. 

DAMON AND PHCEBE. M.E. Thos. Horde. 
jun. Pr. 1774. 

DAMON AND PYTHIAS. T.C Richard 
Edwards. Ac. 1571. Pr. JoTl. 

DAMON AND PYTHIAS. P. Henry Chettle. 
Ac. 1,599. Probably an alt. of Edwaids' play. 

DAMON AND PYTHIAS. T. 5 a. John 
Banim. CG., May 28, 1821; Sadler's Wells, 
November 10, 1830; Marylebone, 1848; Surrey, 
February 7, 1860. 

DAMON AND PYTHIAS. P. J. B. Buck- 
stone. Adelphi, December 19, 1831. 

DAMON AND PYTHIAS. Burl. 1 a. V.'al- 
ter Burnet. Soho T., ISCO. 

DAMON THE DAUNTLESS AND PHILLIS 
THE FAIR. Burl. Sk. Ch. Drvden. St. Georges, 
December 28, 1869. 

DAMP BEDS. Ca. T. Parry. Strand, May, 
1832 

DAN AND DICK. Eccentric C 3 a. Her- 
bert Gough and Morris Edwards. Ladbroke H., 
May 14, 1887 (CP.) (amat.). 

DAN, THE OUTLAW. D. Pro. and 4 a. 
Kilburn Town H., December 29, 1888. 

DAN, THE OUTLAW. D. 3 a. Jessie Robert- 
son. Novelty, May 14, 1892. 

DAN, THE RAKE. M.D. 4 a. Myles War- 
burton, F. Gilbert, and L. Usher. Exeter T.R., 
June 5, 1903. 

DANAIDES, LES. 0. Saberi. 17.50-1825. 

DANAIDES, LES. Ballet. 2 a. M. by Herr 
Schmidt. D.L., Feb. 4, 1840. 



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DANCE AT DAWN, A. P. 1 a. Gladys B. 
Stern. Marlborough, July 31, 1909. 

DANCE FOR LIFE, A. Sk. Hammersmith 
Palace, February 27, 1909. 

DANCE OF LOVE, THE. P. 1 a. Steuart 
Beal. M. toy Robert Hilton. Caiitt-nbury R., 
June 23, 1909. 

DANCER, THE. Spanish Epis. 1 a. H. C. 
M. Hardinge. Court, March 20, 1905. 

DANCING BARBER. Charles Selby. Adelphi, 
January 8, 1838. 

DANCING DERVISH. Ca. 1 a. F. Kinsey 
Peile. Gaiety, June, 1894. 

DANCING DEVILS; OR, THE ROARING 
DRAGON, THE. 3 a. Dumb F. Edw. Ward, 
1724. 

DANCING GIRL, THE. P. 4 a. H. A. Jones, 
Hay., January 15, 1891; rev. H.M.T., February 
U), 1909. : 

DANCING GIRLS OF SPAIN, THE. M.P. 
2 a. Lib. by «. R. Sims. M. comp. by C. C 
Corri. Ver.sion somewhat rev. and given under 
a new name of Must Chicjuita by the same 
author .and comp. Prod, at Birmingham 
P.O.W., August 7, 1899, and the following weeK 
at the Coronet. Rev. Hull Royal, June 24, 
1907. 

DANCING MASTER, THE. Ca. Max Pem- 
berton and Milton Wellings. Incidental M. by 
Milton Wellings. Op. Comique, October 2, 1869. , 

DANDELION'S DODGES. F. Thos. J. Wil- ■ 
liams. New Holborn, October 5, 1867. | 

DANDOLO ; OR, THE LAST OP THE DOGES. 
F. 1 a. Edw. Stirling. City of London, Janu- 
ary 8, 1838. 

DANDY DAN, THE LIFEGUARDSMAN. 
M C. 2 a. Basil Hood. M. by Walter 
Slaughter. Belfast G.O.H., August 23, 1897; 
Lvrie, December 4, 1897. 

DANDY DANVERS, THE. Sk. Middlesex, 
May 3, 1909. 

DANDY DICK. F. 3 a. A. W. Pinero. 
Court, January 27, 1887; transf. to Toole's, 
September 12, 1887. 

DANDY DICK TURPIN, THE MASHING 
HIGHWAYMAN. Burl. Geoffrey Thome. , 
iJrand, April 27, 1889; October 7, 1889. j 

DANDY DICK WHITTINGTON. Op. bo. 2 
a. G. R. Sims and Ivan Caryll. Avenue, March 
2, 1895. 

DANDY DOCTOR, THE. M.F.C. 3 a. E. 
Marris. M. by Dudley Powell. Sunderland 
Avenue, March 26, 1900; Balhara Duchess, July 
16, 1900. 

DANDY DUKE. THE; OR, THE MAN WHO 
WOULDN'T. M.P. 2 a. Vere Smith. Lyrics 
bv D. E. Wilmot, S. Eaton, and Vere Smith. 
T.R., Brighton, December 17, 1906. 

DANDY FIFTH, THE. Mily. CO. 3 a. G. 
R. Sims. M. by Clarence Corri. Birmingham 
P.O.W., April 11, 1898; Duke of York's, Aug. 
16. 1898. 

DANE'S DYKE. D. 3 a. Mrs. Augustus 
Bright. Adap. from her novel " Unto the 
Third and Fourth Generations." Sheffield 
T.R., August 22, 1881. 

DANGER. D. 4 a. Alfred Rayner. Stand- 
ard, November 7, 1868. 

DANGER. CD. Alfred Davis. Leeds T.R., ' 
September 19, 1873. 

DANGER. D. 3 a. Horncastle and Ogilvie. 
Surrey, October 23, 1879. 

DANGER AHEAD. CD. 4 a. Orig. prod, 
in U.S.A. Nottinshani (iranil, Septi-nibcr 9, 
1889. 



DANGER SIGNAL, THE. D. 4 a. E. 
Bryant. Pavilion, October 5, 1867. 

DANGERFIELD, '95. Piece. 1 a. Mildred 
T. Dowling. Garrick, May 26, 1898. 

DANGEROUS. CD. 3 a. C W^ Osborne. 
Lyceum, Sunderland, September 22, 1873. 

DANGEROUS FRIEND, A. C John Oxen- 
ford. Adap. fr. Feuillet's La Tentation. Hay., 
October 31, 1866. See Led Astray. 

DANGEROUS GAME, A. D. Pro. and 3 a. 
Sir Randal Roberts. Grand, April 6, 1885. 

DANGEROUS RUFFIAN, A. C 1 a. W. 
D. Howells. Avenue, November 30, 1895. 

DANGEROUS W^OMEN. D. 4 a. F. A. 
Scudamore. Brixton, August 1, 1898. 

DANGERS OF A GREAT CITY. Melo-d. 4 
a. Oliver North. Oldham Coliseum, Septem- 
ber 18, 1905. 

DANGERS OF LONDON, THE. D. 4 a. F. 
A. Scudamore. Cardiff T.R., June 9, 1890; 
Surrey, June 23, 1890. 

DANGERS OF SCIENCE, THE. F. G. J. 
Courtney. Shoreham Swiss Gardens, April 22, 
1896. 

DANGERS OF THE WORLD, THE. C. 
Transl. fr. " Theatre of Education " of Mde. 
G-enlis. Pr. 1781. 

DANICHEFF, LE. D. 4 a. Pierre Newsky. 
St. James's, June 17, 1876 (first perf. Od^on T., 
Paris, January 8, 1876). 

DANIEL. Sacred D. Miss H. More. Pr. 
1782. 

DANIEL. D. James Scott. Ryde T.R., 
January 30, 1873. 

DANIEL DIBSEY. C 3 a. Geo. Blagrove. 
Albert H., May 1, 1905. 

DANIEL IN THE LION'S DEN. An alt. of 
Hannah More's P. to adapt it for the stage. 
Doncaster, 1793. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL. D. J. Robertson. 
Dublin Queen's, August 14, 1882. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL; OR, KERRY'S 
I'RIDE AND MUNSTER'S GLORY. Irish D. 
3 a. John Levey. Worcester T.R., June 21, 
1880. 

DANIEL ROCHAT. See Eoitni. 

DANISCHEFFS; OR, MARRIED BY FORCE. 
THE. CD. 3 a. Adapt, by Lord Newry fr. 
A. Dumas and Pierre Newsky's play. St. 
James's. January 6, 1877. 

DANISCHEFFS; OR, MARRIED BY FORCE, 
THE. D. 3 a. Arthur Shirley. New Crow 
Hall, 18S3. 

DANISH TRAGEDY, A. Henry Chettle. 
Ac. 1602. 

DANITES, THE. D. 5 a. Joaquin Miller. 
Sadler's Wells, April 26, 1880. 

DAN'L BARTLETT. See The Deputy 
Sheriff. 

DAN'L DRUCE, BLACKSMITH. D. 3 a. 
W. S. Gilbert. Hay., September 11, 1876; rev. 
P.O.W. (mat.), February 20, 1894. 

DAN'L PEGGOTTY. Adap., H. Kellett 
Chambers from Dickens's " David Copper- 
fleld." King's, W., March 11, 1907. 

DAN'L TRADUCED, TINKER. Burl. Arthur 
Clements. Strand, November 27, 1876. 

DAN'L'S DELIGHT. M.Ca. Archie Arm- 
strong. M. by J. W. Elliott. St. George's H., 
April 1, 1893. 

DANSOMANIE, LA. Ballet. D.L., May 12, 
1817. 

DANTE. Idyll. Q. H. R. Dabbs and Edw, 
Righton. St. George's H., July 10, 1893. (In- 
dependent Theatre,) 



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103 



DANTM. r. in a prol. and 4 a. V. Sardmi and 
K. Moreau. Enjilish vcr. by Laurence Irving. 
D.L., April 30, 1903. 

DANTE. Rom. P. 4 a. A. C. Calmour. 
Mancliester Queen's T., June 15, 1903; Netting 
Hill Coronet, September 28, 1003. 

UAI'HNK. Fir.-.t Oniiaji 0. II. S<Ini(z. 
1027. See Dufne. 

DAPHNE. Italian 0. Ottavio Einuccini, 
with whom co-operated three musicians. Peri, 
Giueopo Coriii, and Caccini. This is regarded 
by Sismondi as the first Italian O. l.')94. 
Privately perf. in 1597. No trace of this work 
.survives. 

DAPHNE. Oa. Fk. Huntley. M. by J. 
Granville. Rirmingham Kyrle Society's H., 
NovenihtT Hi. 1895 (aniat.). 

DAPHNE AND AMINTOR. CO. Isaac 
Biekerstatf. Alt. fr. The Oracle of M. St. Foil 
and Mrs. Cibber. D.L. Pr. 17C5. 

DAPHNIS AND AMARYLLIS. Past. Pr. 
1706. This is Harris's The i'pn'Hgr under another 
title. 

DAPHNIS ET ALCIMADURA. 0. M. by 
.1. C. MondonviUe. December 29, 1754. 

DAPHNIS ET CHLOE. Op. bo. 1 a. Offen- 
bach. 1860. 

DAPHNIS ET OHLOE. 0. 3 a. C. Mar6- 
ehal. Paris Theatre Lyrique, 1899. 

DARAXES. Past. 0. Aaron Hill. 2 a. Not 
finished. Pr. 1760. 

DARBY AND JOAN. Sk. 1 a. Bellinghani 
and Best. Newcastle T.R., September 11, 1885; 
Terry's, February 11, 1888. 

DARBY'S RETURN. Dunlop. 1789. 

DABDANUS. 0. 5 a and prol. Rameau. 
October 19. 1739. 

DAREDEVIL, THE. D. A. Shirley and H. 
Leonard. Portsmouth Prince's, October 19, 
1894 (C.P.). 

DARE-DEVIL DOROTHY. M.D. 4 a. Wil- 
frid Carr. M. by Sparrow Harris. (Orig. prod. 
O.H., Coventry, March 5, 1900, as The Squat- 
ter's Daughter.) Stratford T.R., July 1. 1901. 

DARE-DEVIL MAX. Melo-d. 4 a. W. A. 
Brabner. Camberwell Metropoie, December 11, 
1899. 

DARING DEVICE, A. Ca. A. T. Dancey. 
Bayswater Bijou, June 7, 1879. 

DAiRiIO. 0. A. Ariosti. 172.5. 

DARIUS. T. Rev. Dr. Stratford. N.p., n.ac. 

DARIUS. T. Earl of Stirling. Pr. 1603. 
Publ. with his CroBsus and Aurora as The 
Monarchick Tragedies. 

DARIUS, Int. Taken fr. 3rd and 4th chap, 
of " Esdras." Pr. 1615. 

DARIUS, KING OF PERSIA. T. John 
Crowne. D.L. and pr. 1688. 

DARK CLOUD, THE. D. 2 a. Arthur 
Sketchley. St. James's, January 3, 1863. 

DARK CONTINENT, THE. D. 5 a. Frdk. 
Mouillot and H. H. Morell. Barnsley T.R., 
June 11, 1891; Stonehouse Grand T., alt. and 
rev., February 29, 1892; Grand, October 10, 
1892; ac. at Kansas, U.S.A., November, 1893, 
as The Heart of Africa. 

DARK DAYS. P. 5 a. J. Comyns Carr and 
Hugh Conway, f. on Conway's novel. Hay., 
September 26, 1885. 

DARK DAYS IN A CUPBOARD. Ca. 1 a. J. 
Stirling Coyne. Adelphi, December 29, 18C4. 

DARK DEEDS. F. Lyceum, 1839. 

DARK DEEDS. D. 4 a. Mrs. Fairburn. 
Adap. fr. Miss Braddon's novel, " The Trail 
of the Serpent." Belfast T.R., under title of 
Jabez North; Philharmonic. March 11, 1882. 



DAWN, THE. P. 

Frank B. Goodrich. 

Printed March 10, 



MOUN- 



DARK DEEDS OF THE NIGHT. D. 4 a. 

Edward Tlianc. Strafford Royal, August 17, 
19U8. 

dark; DOINGS IN THE CUPBOARD. See 
Dark Days, etc. 

DARK GLEN OF BALLY FOIHL, THE. D. 
Edwd. Stirling. Ipswich T.R., October 28, 1871. 

DARK HORSE, A. Ca. Crosvvick Carton. St. 
Geo. H., March 13, 1868 (amat.). 

DARK HOUR, THE. D. Prol. and 4 a. Mrs. 
Daisy St. Aubyn. St. Geo. H., April 1, 1885. 

DARK HOUR BEFORE 
5 a. John Brougham and 
First played by amateurs. 
1859. New York. 

DARK KING OF THE BLACK 
TAlNiS. Britannia, April 2, 1866. 

DARK NIGHT'S BRIDAL, A. Poetic C. 1 a. 
Robert Buchanan, founded on a prose sketch 
by R. L. Stevenson. Vaudeville, April 9, 1887. 

DAR'i NIGHT'S WORK, A. D. 3 a. Adap. 
fr. the Fr. by Dion Bcucicault. Princess's, 
M.'irch 7, 1870. 

DARK PAGE, A. Oa. Written and com- 
posed by W. H Breare. Harrogate T.H., 
January 19, 1885 (amateur minstrels). 

DARK PAST, THE. Melod. 4 a. Frank 
Price. Barnsley T.R., October 23, 1890. 

DARK SECRET, A. D. Prol. and 4 a. J. 
Douglass and J. Willing, jun. F. on Sheridan 
Le Fanu's story " Uncle Silas." Standard, 
October 28, 1886; Princess's, November 14, 
1895. 

DAiRJv iStEORET, A. Dr. sk. 5 .sc. John 
Douglass. Poplar, Queen's, April 29, 1907. 

DARK SECRET, THE. See The Liirln Shil- 
ling. 

DARK SHADOWS AND SUNSHINE OF 
LIFE. Victoria, April 13, 18.57. 

DARK SIDE OF THE GREAT METRO- 
POLLS, THE. D. 3 a. W. Travers. Britannia, 
May 11, 1868. , 

DARKEST HOUR, THE. 
Adams-Acton, 8. Langord 
Wood, April 6, 1895. 

DARKEST LONDON. D. 



P. 3 a. Mrs. 
Place, St. John's 



5 a. 



Stan- 



Butler 
hope Birkenhead T.R., April 4, 1891. 

DARJCNESS. D. 4 a. Adap. by S. B. 
Rogerson from Guy Thome's novel " When it 
waci Dark." Grand, Rawt-enstall, March 5, 
1906; again produced, with freeh dialogue and 
new scene, T.R., Manchester, March 12, 191K5. 

DARKNESS AND LIGHT. Pageant in 4 Epi- 
sodes. J. O.xenham. M. by H. McCunn. Prod, 
by Hugh Moss. R. Agricultural H., June 4, 
1908. 

DARKNESS VISIBLE. F. 2 a. Theodore 
Hook. Hay., September 23, 1811. 

DARLING OF THE GODS. David Belasco 
and J. Luther Long. Eleph. and C, Novembei 
7, 1902; His Majesty's, December 28, 1903. 

DARLING OF THE GUARDS, THE. " A 
skittle, in 1 throe and 7 Japanese screens." 
Burl, introduced into The School Girl. P.O.W., 
February 19, 1904. 

DARNLEY; OB, THE KEEP ON THE 
CASTLE HILL. D. 2 a. T. Egerton Wilks. 

DARjRACOTT'S WIFE. P. 1 a. Affleck 
Soott and Alan Carmichael (produced by the 
Play Actors). Court, March 14, 1909. 

DARRY THE DAUNTLESS. Burl. 2 a. 
Hal Gatward and W. T. Thompson. Reading 
County T., July 31, 1890. 

DARTHULA. T. James Mylne. Pr. 1790, 



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DARTMOOR. D. Episode. E. Ferris and P. 
Heriot. Great Queen Street T., June 2C, ISOO. 

DASH; OR, WHO BUT HE? THE. M.F. 
2 a. Ascribed to Frances Lathom. M. by Reeve. 
D.L., October 20, 1804. Probably Holiday 
Time; or. The Schoolboy's Frolic, altered. 

DASH FOR FREEDOM, A. D. 5 a. Geo. 
Roy. Olympic, November 29, 1884. 

DASH OF THE DAY, THE. C. Francis 
Lathom. Ac. at Norwich. Pr 1800. 

DASHING LITTLE DUKE. THE. P. Sey- 
mour Hicks. M. by Frank E. Tours. Lyrics 
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DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, THE. C. 1 a. M. 
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DAUGHTER OF ENGLAND, A. Sk. H. Dun- 
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DAUGHTER OF ERIN, A. Irish C. 4 a. 
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DAUGHTER OF EVE. D. 3 a. Paul Meritt. 
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DAUGHTER OF EVE, A. Sk. W. M'Cul- 
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DAUGHTER OF FRANCE, A. P. 3 a. 
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DAUGHTER OF HERODIAS, THE. P. 
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DAUGHTER OF HERODIAS, THE. P. 
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DAUGHTER OF ISHMAEL, A. D. 4_a. W. 
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DAUGHTER OF ISRAEL, A. Sk. Chas 
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DAUGHTER OF JAIRUS, THE. Cant. Dr. 
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DAUGHTER OF ST. MARK, THE. O. 3 a. 
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DAUGHTER OF SORROWS, A. P. 2 a. E. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE DANUBE, THE. Bal- 
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DAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE, THE. D. 5 
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DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, THE. D. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, THE. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT. THE. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE SEA, A. D. 4 a. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE STARS, THE. D. 2 a. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE SYNAGOGUE, A. 
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DAUGHTER OF THE TUMBRILS, THE. P. 
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DAUGHTER TO MARRY, A. Ca. 1 a. J. 
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DAUGHTER'S CRIME, A. D. R. Vaun. 
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DAUGHTER'S HONOUR, A. D. 4 a. Benj. 
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DAUGHTER'S LOVE, A. D. 4 a. W. Arm- 
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DAUGHTER'S SACRIFICE, A. P. la. 
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DAUGHTERS OF BABYLON, THE. P. 4 a. 
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DAUGHTERS OF MEN, THE. P. 3 a. C. 
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DAVENPORT BROS. AND CO. F. 1 a. 
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DAVENPORT DONE; OR, AN APRIL FOOL. 
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DAVID AND ABSALOM. T. 5 a. Bishop 
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DAVID AND BASHSHEBA. Stillingfleet. 
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DAVID AND BETHSABE: THEIR LOVES, 
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DAVID AND GOLIATH. Sacr. D. Hannah 
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The Ark on the Sands, Little Em'ly, Dan'l 
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DAVID GARRICK. C. 3 a. Adap. fr. French 
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DAVID GARRICK. Burl. Clias. Colnaglil 
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DAVID GARRICK. An Inc. 1 s^'. Umis 
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DAVID MORGAN, THE JACOBITE. D. 
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DAVID RIZZIO. Serious 0. 3 a. Col. Hamil- 
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DAWN. Dram. Duol. Daphne de Rohan. 

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DAWN. D. 4 a. Geo. Thomas and Frank 
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DAY AFTER THE FAIR. A. F. 2 a. C. A. 
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DAY AFTER THE WEDDING; OR, A 
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DAY AT AN INN, A. Farcetta, taken from 
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DAY AT ROME, A. M. Ent. 2 a. Chas. 
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DAY AT THE CARNIVAL, A. Ballet. 
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DAY DREAMS. C. Sir Baldwyn Leighton. 
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DAY IN LONDON, A. C. Andrew Cherry. 
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DAY IN PADDY'S MARKET, A. F.P. 3 a. 
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DAY IN PARIS, A. F. 1 a. Chas. Selby. 
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DAY IN TURKEY; OR, THE RUSSIAN 
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DAY OF RECKONING, THE. D. Battersea 
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DAY WILL COME, A. Melo-d. 4 a. W. J. 
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DAY'S FISHING, A. F. 1 a. J. M. Mor 
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DAYES OF OLDE. C. Pr. and 2 a. Fred 
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DAYS OF DANGER. P. Wm. Bourne. 
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DAYS OF REPENTA,NCE. Harry Bruce. 

DAYS OF YORE. D. 3 a. Richard Cum- 
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DAYS OF TERROR. Rom. D. 4 a. C. A 
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DAYS TO COME, THE. D. 4 a. Forbes 
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DEAD DUCHESS. Biitannia. Marcli 24, 
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DEAD HEART. THE. Hist. D. Pro. and S 
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DEAD HEAT, A. Ca. St. Clalr Cooke. 
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DEAD LETTER; OR, SECOND SIGHT, 
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DEAD MANS CLIFF; OR, THE BLIND 
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DEAD MAN'S FORTUNE, THE. N.p Anon 
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DEAD MAN'S GOLD; OR, THE HISTORY 
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DEAD MAN'S HOLLOW, THE. D M 
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DEAD 0' NIGHT BOYS. Irish D. W. S. 
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DEAD PAST, THE. D. Austin Fryers. Park- 
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DEAD SHOT, A. F. 1 a. J. B. Buckstone. i 
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DEAD TAKE IN, A. F. Alfred Wigan. Olym- 
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DEAD TO THE WORLD. D. 4 a. G. Con- 
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DEAD WIFE; OR, MARMADUKE, THE 
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A NAME. Olympic. 



1 DEAD WITHOUT 
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DEAD WITNESS; OR, SIN AND ITS 
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DEAF AND DUMB; 
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DEAF AS A POST. 
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DEAF INDEED. F. 
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DEAL BOATMAN, THE. D. 2 a. F. C. Bur- 
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DEAN OF HAZELDENE, THE. D. 
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DEAN'S DILEMMA, THE. Ca. A. J. Dear- 
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DEAR DEPARTED, THE. Ca. Stanley 
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DEAR HEARTS OF IRELAND. D. 3 a. 
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DEAR JACK. Sk. Mrs. Giraud. Colchester 
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DEAR LADY MAl.'V. I'. Lad.v Violet Grc- 
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OR, THE ORPHAN 

5 a. Taken fr. French 
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3 a), May 27, 1810. 
F. 1 a. John Poole. 

Edw. Topham. D.L., 

F. Pilon. C.G., 



4 a. J. 

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DKAR LITTLE DENMARK. Danish M. In- 
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DKAR OLD CHARLEY. C 'i a. C. H. K. 

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DEAR OLD HOMELAND. THE. Melo-d. r. 
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DEARER THAN LIFE. C 3 a. H. J. Byron. 

Liveri>ool Alexandra, November 25, 1867; Long 
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DEAREST FRIENDS. Duo. Mrs. Bradshaw. 
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DEATH. Dialogue. Bulleyn. (12 characters.) 
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DEATH AND VICTORY OF LORD NEL- 
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DEATH BY THE LAW. D. Edwd. Towers. 
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DEATH DANOE, THE. Sk. Canterbury, 
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DEATH FETCH; OR, THE STUDENT OF 
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DEATH GUEST. Spectral D. Lyceum, 1834. 

DEATH OF A SOUL, THE. P. Robert 
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25, 1906. 

DEATH OF ABEL. Orat. Anon. 1768. 

DEATH OF ABEL, THE. Orat. Leo. 1694- 
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DEATH OF ADAM, THE. T. Robt. Lloyd. 
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DEATH OF ADAM, THE. Sacred D., transl. 
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DEATH OF BUCEPHALUS, THE. BurL T. 
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DEATH OF C^SAR, THE. T. Transl. fr. 
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DEATH OF CAPTAIN COOKE, THE. Hist, 
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DEATH OF CAPTAIN FAULKNER; OR, 
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1795. N.p. 

DEATH OF DIDO, THE. Masque, by R. C. 
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DEATH OF DIDO, THE. Masque. Barton 

Booth. M. by Dr. Pepusch. D.L. Pr. 1716. 

DEATH OF DION, THE. T. Thos. Har- 
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DEATH OF HANNIBAL, THE. T. Lewis 
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DEATH OF HARLEQUIN, THE. Pant. D.L., 
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DEATH OF HEROD, THE. T. By a Gentle- 
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DEATH OF MAJOR ANDRE, THE. T., im- 
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DEATH OF MARLOW, THE. T. 1 a. R. 
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DEATH OF ORSINA AND THE APPEAR- 
ANCE OF THE ACCUSING SPIRIT. An early 
play. 



DEATH OF ROBERT, EARL OF HUNT- 
TINGTON, THE. Chettle and Anthony Mun- 
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DEATH OF SOCRATES. T. E. Harrison. 
1756. 
DEATH OF THE BLACK PRINCE, THE. T. 

In library of Or. Sharpe. 

DEATH OF TINTAGILES. T. 4 b. Maurice 

Maeterlinck. St. Georges 11., July 22, 1U02. 

DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN, THE. See 

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DEATH OR VICTORY. Military P. John 
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DEATH WALTZ, THE. Sk. Leeds, Queen'.^ 
June 3, 1908. 

DEATH WARRANT ; OR, A RACE FOR 
LIFE, THE. D. H. P. Grattan. Grecian, 
October 25, 1879. 

DEATH'S BRIDAL. D. 5 a. Charles Os- 
borne. Bolton Temple O.H., June 10, 1878. 

DEATH'S HEAD DICK, THE SKELETON 
PIRATE ; OR, THE TIGERS OF THE SEA. D. 
R. C. Totten. Merthyr Tydfll Cambria T., 
March 31, 1870. 

DEBAUCHEE ; OR, THE CREDULOUS 
CUCKOLD, THE. C. Mrs. Behn. Duke's T., 
and Pr. 1677. See The Mad Couple, Pro. and 
epil. by Lord Rochester. 

DEBAUCHEES; OR, THE JESUIT CAUGHT, 
THE. C. H. Fielding. D.L. Pr. 1733. An 
edit, of this P. Pr. 1732, under title of 1 ne 
Old Debauchees. 

DEBORAH; OR, THE JEWISH MAIDENS 
WRONG. D. 3 a. Chas. Smith Cheltnam. 
Victoria T., July 12, 1864. Another version of 
Leah the Forsaken. 

DEBORAH. Concerto. Handel. 1685-1759. 

DEBOR.AH. Orat. Handel. Words by 
Humphreys.. Comipleted February 21, 1733; 
first penf. King's X., Haymarket, March 17, 
1733; rev. by the Sacred Harmonic Society, 
Noveniber 15, 1843. 

DEBORAH. P. 5 a. Langdon Elwyn Mit- 
chell. Avenue, February 22, 1892. 

DEBORAH. See Ruth. The Slave Girl. 

DEBORAH; OR, A WIFE FOR YOU ALL. 
Ac. D.L., April 6. 1733. 

DEBORAH; OR, THE JEiWISH OUTCAST. 
Grecian, February 15, 1864. 

DEBT. F.C. 2 a. E. A. De Pass. Gaiety, 
November 23, 1872. 

DEBT. C. Northampton T.R., August 25, 
1873. 

DEBT, THE. Sk. H^lfene Forest. Empress, 
April 10, 1907. 

DEBT OF HONOUR. C. 1 a. Mrs. Brad- 
sliaw. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

DEBT OF HONOUR, A. C. F. W. Brough- 
ton. West Hartlepool T.R., January 23, 1879. 

DEBT OF HONOUR, A. Piece. 1 a. C. P. 
Colnaghi. Op. C, December 17, 1891. 

DEBT OF HONOUR, A. P. 5 a. Sydney 
Grundy. St. James's T., September 1, 1900. 

DEBT OF HONOUR, A. Sk. 3 so. Percival 
H. T. Sykes. Canterbury M.H., May 2b, 1903. 



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DEBT OF HONOUR, THE. C. Elizabeth 
Ryves. N.p., n.ae. 

DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. C. 5 a. Ja.s. 
Kenney. C.G., April 20, 1814. 

DEBUTANTE, THE {Pire de la Debutante). 
Criterion, December 2S, 1875. See The First 
Night. 

DECADENT DIALOGUE, A. Duol. Mrs. 
Haig Thomaa. Lyoeum, March 30, 1909. 

DECEIT, THE. F. Henry Norris. Pr. 1723. 

DECEIT; OR, THE OLD FOX OUTWITTED, 
THE, Past. F. 1 a. By J. W. Designed to 
have been ac. Pr. 1743. Alt. and publ. under 
the title of The Country Wedding; or, Love 
in a Dale. 

DECEIVED; OR, THROUGH LIFE. D. 

Acerington Prince's, September 9, 1882. 

DECEIVER DECEIVED, THE. C. Mrs. 
Mary Pix. L.I.F. Pr. 1698. 
DECEIVERS EVER. F.C. 2 a. Malcolm 

Chas. Salamon. Strand. November 26. l^^;-i. 

DECEMBER AND MAY. Op. F. W. Dimond, 

from Moliere's F., Barnuiiy Brittle. C.G., Way, 
16, 1818. 

DECEPTION. C. Ascr. to Mr. Vaughan. 
D.L., October 28, 1784. N.p. 

DECEPTION. Ca. Maurice de Frece. Liver- 
pool T.R., December 18, 1871. 

DECEPTION. F.C. 3 a. Andrew Longmuir. 
Edinburgh T.R., May 27, 1889. 

DECEPTIONS, THE. C. Mrs. Cornelys. Dub- 
lin, 1781. 

DECIDED CASE. F. 1 a. J. Brougham. 
Publ. by S. French, Ltd. Wallack's, New 
York 

DECIDEDLY COOL. P. Bertram Forsyth. 
Bennington Paroch. H., January 11, 1904. 

DECIUS AND PAULINA. Masque. L. Theo- 
bald. Pr. 1718. 

DECLINED— WITH THANKS. F. J. M. 
Morton. 

DECORUM; OR, VERY SUSPICIOUS. F. 
2 a. D.L., March 5, 1831. 

DECOY, THE. O. H. Potter. Goodman's 
Fields, February 5, 1733. Pr. 1733. 

DECOY, THE. CD. 3 a. Fredk. Eastwood. 
Gaiety, April 18, 1883. 

DECOY, THE. .Sk. Eugene Magnus. Stan- 
dard, August 9, 1909. 

DECOY BIRD, THE. D. Luton Town H., 
September 5, 1892. 

DECREE NISI, THE. P. 1 a. Joshua Bates. 
St. James's, October 18, 1904. 

DEDALE, LE. P. 4 a. W. L. Courtney. Fr. 
the French of Paul Hervieu. Comedy, Sep- 
tember 21, 1905 (C.P.); Hay., May Z5, 1908. 

DEED WITHOUT A NAME, A. F. R. 

Soutar. Olympic. 

DEEDS. C. 3 a. Mrs. Freake. Cromwell 
H., South Kensington, February 25, 1879. 

DEEDS, NOT WORDS. D. 2 a. J. Court- 
ney. Surrey, January 15, 1855. 

DEEDS OF DREADFUL NOTE. Dr. tale. 
1 a. Dubois, fr. the French of De Rosier. 
Adelphi, 1842. 

DEEMING; OR, DOOMED AT LAST. Dom. 
T. Liverpool Adelphi, June 6, 1892. 

DEEMSTER, THE. See Ben-my-Chree. 

DEENE FARM. Oa. 2 a. Alfred Bateman. 
M. by Geo. C. Richardson. St. Andrews, Stoke 
Newington, January 23, 1894; Myddleton H., 
Islington, April >, 1894. 



DEEP DEEP SEA; OR, PERSEUS AND 
ANDROMEDA, THE. Burletta. 1 a. J. R. 
Planch^ and C. Dance. Olympic, December 26, 
1833. 

DEEP RED ROVER, THE. Burl. 3 scenes. 
Fiedk. Hay and Weatmacott Chapman. Pub. 
by S. French, Ltd. 

DEEP WATERS. P. 1 a. Sydney Grundy. 
Manchester T.R., September 19, 1889. 

DEER SLAYERS; OR, THE FREE ARCHERS 
OF THE NEW FOREST, THE. D. W. and C. 
Pitt. Britannia, December 19, 1870. 

DEERFOOT. F. 3 a. F. C. Burnand. Olym- 
pic, December 16, 1861. 

DEFAULTER. A Rom. of Real Life. 1 a. 
Fr. Hood's Whimsicalities. By a member of 
the Amateur Theatrical Society of Calcutta. 
Calcutta. 1858 

DEFEAT OF APOLLO. See The Mirrour. 
Anon. 1737. 

DEFEATED. C. 3 a. Fredk. Clay. Cardllf 
T.R., April 11, 1881. 

DEFECTIVE DETECTIVE, THE. C.Sk. 
Frank Melroyd. Southport, Pier Pav., Feb- 
ruary 29, 1904. 

DEFENCE OF LADY ROSA. THE. C. 3 a. 
Archibald H. Pocock. Bayswater Bijou, May 
18, 1905. 

DEFENDER OF THE FAITH. Melo.-d. 4 a. 
and 9 tab. Chas. Darrell. Birmingham Grand, 
September 20, 1897; Standard, May 9, 1898. 

DEFENDING HIS HONOUR. D. 4 a. Ling- 
ford Carso.T. Keighley Queen's, November 10, 
1902; Camberwell Metropole, August 17, 1903. 

DEFORMED TRANSFORMED, THE. D. 

Byron, partly f. on Wood Demon. Pr. 1824. 
DEGEL, LB. See .Adonis Vanquished. 

DEGENERATES, THE. C. 4 a. Sydney 
Grundy; Hay., August 31, 1899; Garr.ick, Oc- 
tober 16, 1899; rev. Imperial, April 17, 1902 

DEIDAMIA. 0. Handel. (London, 1741.) 

DEIRDRE. Legendary verse in 1 a. W. B. 
Yeat.s. New, November 27, 1908 (mat.). 

DEL OMBRA ; OR, THE SON OF NIGHT. D. 
J. A. Mercer. Liverpool T.R., April 12, 1879 

DEL. TREM.; OR, THE POWER OF 
DRINK. Ver. of L' Assommoir. Walter Banks. 
West Hartlepool Gaiety, September 22, 1879. 
See Drink. 

DELAYS AND BLUNDERS. C. 5 a. Frcdeilc 
Reynolds. C.G., October 30, 1802. Pr. 1803.- 

DELIA. Rom. Military CO. Lib. adap. by 
F. Soulbieu from Scribe's La Frileiise. M. by 
P. Bucalossi. Bristol Prince's, March 11, 1889. 
See Court Cards. 

DELIA DARE'S DEVICE. P. .4 a. Lewis 
Gilbert. Eastbourne T.R., May 2, 1903. 

DELIA HARDING. P. 3 a. Adap. by 
Comyns Carr fr. the French of V. Sardou. 
Comedy, April 17, 1895. 

DELICVTE ATTENTIONS. P. J. Poole. St. 
James's, December, 1836. 

DELICATE BOY. 1 a. S. J. Adair Fitzgerald. 
Publ. by S. French. Ltd. 

DELICATE GROUND; OR, PARIS IN 1793. 
CD. 1 a. Chas. Dance. Lyceum, November 

27, 1849; rev., Astley's, 1867; Globe, 1870; 
Criterion, Ajiril 23, 1890; Terry's, January 11, 
1897; Garrick, July 13, 1903. 

DELICATE LOVE. J. G. Shaddick. 1800. 

DELIGHT. C. Ac. at Court, 1580. 



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DELIGHTS 0' LONDON. Burl, of The 
Lights o' London. Wallis Macka.v, Horace 
Leonard, and Geo. L. Gordon. J'hilharmonic, 

April 8, ISVi. 

DELILAH; OR, MARRIED FOR HATE. D. 
Pro. and 3 a. Adai". by James Willing from 
Ouida's Held in linndage. Park T., October 7, 
1880; Sadler's Wells, September 20, 1892. 

DELI.N'QT'ENT; OR. SEEING COMPANY. C. 
5 a. Fredk. Reynolds. C.G., November 14, 
1805. Pr. JS05. 

DELIVERED FROM EVIL. D. 4 a. Frank 
Dix. Bristol T.R., March 27, 1S99. 

DELIVERY OF SUSANNAH, THE. T. Ralph 
Radclitf. N.p. 

DELUGE, THE. See Koah's Flood. Eccle- 
stone, 1714. 

DELUSION. C. Jameson, 1813. 

DELUSION. Oxberry. See Students of Sala- 
manca. 

DEMETER AND PERSEPHONE. P. T. M. 
Davidson. Dundee, Foresters' H., March 29, 
1904. 

DEMETRIO. 0. Tarchi. M. by Gluck. 
Mil-::, 1788. 

DEMETRIO B POLIBHO. 0. Ro.^Nini. 
Rome, 1812. 

DEMETRIUS. O. Transl. from Metastasio. 
John Hoole. Pr. 1708. 

DEMETRIUS AND MARSINA ; OR, THE 
IMPERIAL IMPOSTER AND UNHAPPY 
HEROINE. T. N.p. MS. formerly belonging 
to Mr. Warburton, and sold about 1759. 

DE.METRIUS AND THE THRACIAN PRIN- 
CESS. T. Dr. Young. 

DEMETRIUS, THE IMPOSTOR. T. Transl. 
fr. the Russian of Alexander Soumarokove by 
Eustaphiere. Pr. 1806. N. ac. (The author 
was horn 1727, and died 1777.) 

DEMI-MONDE, LE. P. A. Dumas. Royalty, 
November, 1887; D.L., June, 1893. 

DEMOCRAT, THE. P. 4 a. Nottingham 
Grand, March 22, 1893. 

DEMOCRATIC RAGE; OR, LOUIS THE UN- 
FORTUNATE, THE. T. Wm. Preston. Dub- 
lin. Pr. 1793. 

DEMOFOONTE. Or. Leo. Naples, 1735. 

DEMOFOONTE. O. Gluck. Milan, 1742. 

DEMOISELLE EN LOTERIE, UNE. Op. -bo. 
1 a. Offenbach. 1857. 

DEMOISELLES DE ST. CYR. See Two Little. 
Maids from School. 

DEMON, THE. Russian Grand O. Anton 
Rubinstein. PI. for first time in England in 
its orig. language (Russian Opera Co.;, Man- 
chester Comedy T., July 2, 1888; Novelty, Octo- 
ber 22, 1888. 

DEMOM; OR, THE MYSTIC BRANCH, 
T'HiE. O. 5 a. Words by Scribe. M. by 
Meyerbeer. D.L., February 20, 1832; prod, as 
The Fiend Father; or, Robert of Normandi/ 
at C.G., Februaiv 21, 1832; as Robert the 
Devil at D.L., Marcli 1, 1845; in Fr. at Her M., 
Jime II, 1832; and in Ital, May 4, 1847. 

DEMON BRACELETS; OR, THE MYSTIC 
CYPRESS TREE, THE. D. C. H. Hazlewood. 
Britannia, August 16, 18G9. 

DEMON DARRELL. D. 5 a. Ina Cassilis 
and Frank H. Morland. Britannia, June 20, 
1898. 

DEMON DOCTOR, THE. D. 3 a. Edward 
Towers. Effingham, January 21, 1867. 

DEMON DWARF, THE. P. Victoria, Janu- 
ary, 1839. 



DEMON GIFT, THE. P. J. Brougham and 
Mark Lemon. Olympic, April, 1841. 

DEMON JOCKEY; OR, ARCHER RIDES TO 
WIN, THE. D. Rolhcrham T.R., October 10, 
1882. 

DEMON LO\ER, Rom. Ca. 2 a. Brougham. 
First perf. in Bowery, New York, 1856. Royalty, 
October 10, 1864. 

DEMON OF DARKNESS. Victoria, Aj-ril 
17, 1805. 

DEMON OF THE DESERT; OR, THE MUR- 
DERER'S SACRIFICE. Melo-d. spec. 2 a. A. 
L. Campbell. Sadler's Wells. 

DEMON OOFBIRD. Panto. Brit., December 
2f). 1895. 

DEMON SPIDER, THE. O. for children. 1 
a. Ella Graham Simpson. M. by W. E. Law- 
son. Newcast"le-on-Tvne Art Gai. T., October 
29, 1895. 

DEMON'S BRIDE, THE. Oi). bo. H. J. 
Byron. M. b G. Jacobi. Alhambra, September 
7, 1874. 

DEMON'S BRIDE. THE. Min. 0. 1 a. Wr. 
by E. L. Lomax. Comp. by B. Walton O'Don- 
nell. R.A.M., May 22, 1909. 

DEMONIC, IL. O. Rubinstein. St. Peters- 
burg, 1875; C.G., June 21, 1881. 

DEMOPHOON. O. TransL fr. Metastasio. 

John Hoole. Pr. 1768. 

DENBIGH'S DIVORCE, THE. Sk. Surrey, 
May 24, 1900. 

DENE'S REST. Melo-d. 4 a. Burford De- 
launoy. Southend Empire, December 6, 1897. 

DENHAM'S FOLLY. D. Henry Beslay. 
Paisley T.R., February 2, 1894. 

DENISE. P. 4 a. Alexandre Dumas flls. 
(Orig. prod, at the Com^die Frangaise, January 
19, 1885.) H.M.T., June 11, 1886. 

DENISE. D. 3 a. Adap. by Clement Scott 
and Sir Aug. Harris fr. the D. of same name 
by Dumas. Birmingham P.O.W., August 28, 
1895. 

DENOUNCED; OR, FAITHFUL TO THE 
END. D. Henry Gascoigne and Frank Jeffer- 
son. Eleph. and C, August 11, 1883. 

DENTIST, THE. F. 1 a. Frank Lindo. 
Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

DENTIST'S CLERK ; OR, PULLING TEETH 
BY STEAM, THE. F. 1 a. Everett von 
Culin. Milton O.K., September 1, 1877. 

DEOCH AU DUR'ASS. Irish D. 3 a. R. 
Dodson. Britannia, October 3, 1877. 

DEOCLESYAN. P. Ac. 1594 by the Lord 
Admiral's men. N.p. 

DEORUM DONA. Masque. Part of a 
Rom. called " The Cyprian Academy," bv 
Robt. Baron. Perf. before K. and Q. of 
Cyprus at Nicosia. Pr. in London, 1647. 

DEPENDANT, THE. C. Richd. Cumber- 
land. D.L., October 20, 1795. N.p. 

DBPIT AMOUREUX, LE. Molifere. See 
" French Classical Plays." 

DEPOSING AND DEATH OF QUEEN GIN, 
THE. F. Anon. New T. in Haymarket. Pr. 
1736. 

DEPUTE DE BOMBIGNAC, LE. C. 3 a. 
Alexalndre Bison. Ac. in Fr., Royalty, Jlarch 
2. 1888; rev. July 1, 1891. See The Candidate. 

DEPUTY, THE. P.C. 3 a. J. M. Camp- 
bell. Criterion, May 15, 1888. 

DEPUTY, THE. F.C. 3 a. Geo. Arliss. 
South Shields T.R., September 2, 1897. 

DEPUTY, THE. Sk. Ivan P. Gore. Shore- 
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DEPUTY REGISTRAR, THE. P.O. S a. 

Ralph Lumlev and Horace Ledger. Criterion, 
December 7, 1888. 

DEPUTY SHERIFF, TEE. Piece. 1 a. H. M. 
V^ernon. Garrick, July 21, 1909. 

DEPUTV SHERIFF; OR, DAN'L BARTLETT. 
THE. D. 4 a. Orig. Ban'l Bartlett. First prod, 
under present title at Muncaster T., Bootle, 
August 8, 1802; Eleph. and C, October 17, 
1892. 

DERBY CAPTAIN, THE. F. Cooke, 1737. 
See Thi Eunuch. 

DERBY DAY, THE. D. Nelson Lee. 
Pavilion, February 9, 1867. 

DERBY WINNER, THE. D. 4 a. Sir 
Augustus Harris, Cecil Raleigh, and Henry 
Hamilton. D.L., September 15, 1894. 

DERELICT, THE. P. 4 a. A. W. Nixey. 

Llanelly, May 5, 1909, under the title of The 
Bond of Marriage; rev.. Liverpool Star, June 
14, 1909. 

DERMOT AND KATHLANE ; OR, THE 
IRISH WEDDING. Ballet. Mr. Byrne. C.G., 
1793. Characters the same as those of 'i he 
Poor Soldier. 

DFRMOT ODONOGHUE; OR, THE 
STRANGER FROM BELFAST. D. Pro. and 
ha. Miss Julia Agnes Fraser. Strathaven Vic- 
toria, July 24, 1872; Whitehaven T.R., March 
21, 1877; Belfast T.R., November 25, 1878. 

DERNIER JOUR DE POMPEI. 0. Jonciferes. 
Paris, 1869. 

DERNIERE SOIREE DE BRUMMEL, LA. 
De Georges Maurevert. Royalty, June 29, 1908 
(French Season). 

DERRY DRISCOLL; OR, THE SPORTSMAN 
PEARL. Irish D. 3 a. S. J. Mackerne and 
Barry Aylmer. Liverpool Alexandra, April 16, 
1877. 

DERVORGILLA. T. 1 a. Lady Gregory. 
Glasgow King's, December 4, 1907; Court, June 
7, 1909. 

DESCARTE, THE FRENCH BUCCANEER. 
M.D. 2 a. Jerrold. Coburg T. 

DESCENSUS ASTRAEAE. Pageant by Peele. 
1591. 

DESCENT OF REGINALD HAMPTON, THE. 
Story by Hallewell Sutcliff. See The Blue 
Dahlia. 

DESCENT OF TREA. M.Piece. Sayers, 1789. 

DESERT, THE. Symphonic Past. Ode. Fe- 
licien David. H.M.T., 1845. 

DESERT; OR, THE IMANN'S DAUGHTER, 
THE. Orientl. op. s|>ec. M. chiefly by Feli- 
cien David. Adap. to Eng. words by J. H. 
Tully. D.L., April 5, 1847. 

DESERT FLOWER, THE. O. 3 a. A. 
Harris and T. J. Williams. Fr. the French. 
M. by W. V. Wallace. C.G., October 12, 1863. 

DESERT ISLAND, THE. D. Poem. 3 a. 
Arthur Muri>hy. D.L. Taken fr. D. L'Isola 
Disabitata; or. The Uninhabited Island. By 
Abbe Metastiisio. Pr. 1760. 

DESERTED. D. sk. Cellas Coles. Shep- 
herd's Bush Athenteum, December 13, 1894. 

DESERTED DAUGHTERS, THE. C. 5 a. 
T. Holcroft. C.G., May 2, 1795. Pr. 1795. See 
The Steward. 

DESERTED TOWER, THE. M.D. John 
Kannie. Pr. (n.d.). N.ac. 

DESERTED VILLAGE, THE. D. 3. a. F. 
Fox Cooper. Pub. by J. Dicks. 



DESERTER, THE. M.D. 2 a. C. Dibdin. 
Fr. French piece, Le Deserteur. Edinburgh, 
1782. D.L. Pr. 1773. Prod, as a ballet at 
T.R., January, 1788. 

DESERTER, THE. D. Berquin, 1793. 

DESERTER IN A FIX, THE. F. Bernard 
Soane Roby. Leicester O.H., February 10,1879; 
Grand, March 23, 1885. 

DESERTER OF NAPLES, THE. Ballet. 
Royalty T., 1788. Story same as The Deserter. 
By Dibden. 

DESERTER OF NAPLES, THE. Melo-d. 
F. on O. and ballet of action by that name 
and on 'The Deserter. Lyceum, July 10, 1817. 

DEiSElRTEUR, LE. 0. 3 a. M. by Monsignv. 
March 6, 1769. 

DESERTS OF ARABIA, THE. O. spec. 
Fred Reynolds. C.G., December 26, 1806. M. 
by G. Lanza, jun. Songs only pr. 1806. Partly 
fr. Campbell's Journey Overland to India. 

DESERVING FAVOURITE, THE. T.C. Lodo- 
wiek Carlell. Ac. before K. and Q. at White- 
hall and at Blackfryars. Pr. 1029. 

DESIGNERS, THE. F. C. 2 a. F. Zorn. 
New Cross, Amersham H., April 21, 1904; 
Torquay O.H., February 6, 1905; Brixton, Feb- 
ruary 13, 1905. 

DESIGNING PEOPLE. P. Sydney Fane. 
C.G. King's, iMay 11, 1907. 

DESMORE. Pav.. SepBember 24, 1866. 

DESPATCH BEARER, THE. D. 5 a. Frank 
Stayton. Richmond T.R., February 25, 1901. 

DESPERATE ADVENTURES OF THE 
BABY; OR, THE WANDERING HEIR, THE. 
Burl. C. H. Ross and A. C. Freer. Strand, 
December 14, 1878. 

DESPERATE DEED, A. Melo-d. 3 a. Bur- 
ford Delaunoy. Sadler's Wells, February 7, 
1893. 

DESPERATE DIFFICULTIES. Sk. Mabel 
Archdall and Jem Aitken. Empress, June 4, 
1908. 

DESPERATE DUKE; OR, THE CULPABLE 
COUNTESS, THE. Burl. D. 1 a. R. Marshall 
and A. Sutro. Chelsea Hospital Grounds, 
A.O.F. Garden Party, Juiy 5, 1907. 

DESPERATE GAME, A. CD. 1 a. J. M. 

Morton. Adelphi, April 9, 1853. 

DESPERATE LOVER, THE. C. 1 a. Henry 
Alexander. Dublin Gaiety, May 12, 1905. 

DESPERATE MAN; OR, AT ANY COST, A. 
American CD. 4 a. Anson Pheljis Pond. 
Strand, May 15, 1891 (C.P.). 

DESPERATE MARRIAGE, A. D. Rosemary 
Rees. Brighton Grand. March 2, 1908; rev.. 
Hammersmith Lyric, M:'.rch 16. 1908. 

DESPERATE REMEDIES. C 1 a. F. W. 
Winckworth. Publ. by S. French. Ltd. 

DESPERATION. D. 4 a. Geo. Roy and 
Bessie Reid. West Bromwich T.R., June 10, 
1887. 

DESTINY. D. 4 a. Edward Towers. East 
London, February 24, 1869. 

DESTINY. CD. 3 a. W. F. Lyon. Rich- 
mond H.M.T., November 14, 1881. 

DESTROYED BY DRINK. Ver. of L'Assom- 
moir, by J. W. Lacy. Dublin Queen's, August 
25, 1879. See Drink. 

DESTROYER; OR, FATE'S VICTIM, THE. 
D. Colosseum, Liverpool, June 15, 1868. 

DESTROYER OF MEN, A. Russian D. 4 a. 
Sydney Spenser and Clarence Burnette. Ed- 
monton K., October 2, 1905. 



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DESTROYIXC; ANGEL, THE. D. 4 a. F. 
A Sciulanioro. Uarii-sley T.R. (C.P.), Decem- 
ber 8, IS'JU; Brixton, March 1, 1897. 

DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM, THE. 
Thos. LeRRe. NVr. in time of Q. Ellz. rrol)ahly 
n.p. Mentioned in Kirliman's Catalogue, ICCl. 

DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM BY TITUS 
VESPASIAN, THE. T. 2 pait.s. J. Crowne. 
'■'' R. and jir. lf!77 

OF THE BASTILE. D. 2 a. 
Webster. Adelphi, 1844. 

DESTRUCTION OF TROY, THE. T. John 
Brtnk.s. Duke of York's T. in C.G. and l>r., 
lt)79. f. on hist, and taken fr. Homer, Virgil, 
etc. 

DETECTION: A SKETCH OF THE TIMES, 
THE. C. Hay., 1780. N.p. 

DETECTIVE, THE. P. C. H. Hazlewood. 
Victoria, July 20, 1863. 

DETECTIVE, THE. D. 4 a. Clement Scott 
and E. Manuel. Mirror, May 29, 1875. 

DETECTIVE DEATH; OR, THE SIGN OF 
THE SCARLET CROSS. D. 1 a. A. E. Halli- 
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DETECTIVES. P. Mark Melford. 

DETOUR. LE. P. Henri Beruetein. Royalty. 
Febi'Jary 19. 1906. 

DEUCE IS IN HER, THE. P. R. J. Ray- 
mond. Publ. by J. Dicks. 

DEUCE IS IN HIM, THE. F. 2 a. Geo. 
Colman. Suggested bv Marmontel's Tales. 
Edinburgh, 1762; D.L., November, 1763. Pr. 
1763. 

DEUX AVARES, LES. 0.. Gretry (1741-181.S). 

DKUX AVEUGLES, LES. Op. bo. 1 a. 
Offeubi'.eh. 1855. 

DEUX ECOLES. LES. C. 4 a. Alfred 
Capus. Garrick, July 21, 1902. 

DEUX JOURNEES, LES. 0. Cherubini. 
Pari.*, 1800. 

DEUX NUITS, LES. 0. Boieldieu. Paris, 
1829. 

DEUX PECHEURS, LES. Op. bo. 1 a. 
Offenbach. 1857. 

DEUX SAVOYART)S. LEiS. 0. D'AIavrftC. 
1753-.1809. 

DEVICE; OR, THE DEAF DOCTOR, THE. 
F. F. Pilon. C.G., September 27, 1779. N.p. 
Taken fr. the French. Afterward.s called The 
Deaf Lover. 

DEVICE; OR, THE MARRIAGE OFFICE, 
THE. CO. Richards. C.G., May 6, 1777. N.p. 

DEVICE OF KING JAMES'S PAGEANT, 
THE. Dekker. Ben Jonson, and Middleton. 

DEVICE OF THE PAGEANT BORNE 
BEFORE WOOLSTONE DIXI. Pageant, by 
Peele, 1585. 

DEVIL, THE. P. by H. Hamilton, fr. the 
Hungarian of Franz Molnar. Birmingham 
P.O.W., April 8, 1908 (C.P.); Adelphi, April 17, 
1909. 

DEVIL AND DOCTOR FAUSTUS, THE. D. 
3 n. Leman Rede. See Faustus. 

DEVIL AND HIS DAME, THE. P. W. 
Houghton. Mentioned by Henslowe, March, 
KiOO. Se« Grim. 

DEVIL AT THE ELBOW; OR, TWO 
MOTHERS TO ONE CHILD, THE. D. C. H. 

Hazlewood. Britannia, August 3, 1874. 

DEVIL CARESFOOT. P. 4 a. Adap. by 
C. Haddon Chambers and J. Stanley Little fr. 
Rider Haggard's novel " Dawn." V'audeville, 
July 12, 1S87; Strand, August C, 1887; tr. to 
C.hu-mIv, Ku'^mt 23, \88t 



DEVIL IN LONDON, THE. E.\trav. 3 a. 
R. B. Peake. Adelphi, 1840. 

DEVIL IN LOVE, THE. Ballet. 3 a. First 
time in Engl. D.L., November 21, 184.'t. 

DEVIL IN THE WINE-CELLAR, THE. F. 
Hay., 1786. N.p. Alt. fr. Aaron Hill's Walk- 
ing atatue. 

DEVIL IS AN ASS, THE. C. Ben Jonson. 
Ac. by His Majesty's servants lOlC. Pr, 1631. 
T.R., 1682. 

DEVIL-MAY-CARE. M. Melo-d. Henry Bes- 
ley. Ealing Lyric H., August 10, 1893. 

DEVIL OF A DUKE; OR, TRAPPOLIN'S 
VAGARIES. Ballad F. Thos. Drury. D.L., 
September 23, 1732. Pr. 1732. An alteration or 
a comedy called Duke and No Duke. 

DEVIL OF A LOVER, THE. M.F. .Mow- 
bray. M. by T. Attwood. CO., 1798. Plot fr. 
German novel, "The Sorcerer." N.p. 

DEVIL OF A WIFE; OR, A COMICAL 
TRANSFORMATION, THE. F. Thos. Jevon. 
Dorset Gardens T. Pr. 1080. Partly fr. the 
story of •' Mopsa " in Sir Philip " Sidney's 
Arcadia. The plan also used in The Devil to 
Pay; or, J}'ives Metamorphos'd. Ac. T.R., 
1686 

DEVIL OF DOWGATE; OR, USURY PIT 
TO USE, THE. D. J. Fletcher. Licensed 1623. 
Ac. by the King's Servants, October 17, 1623. 

DEVIL ON TOWN. Siurey. April 18, 1803. 

DEVIL ON TWO STICKS, THE. Ballet. 3 a. 
Founded on Le Sage's Romance. M. by Casimir 
Gide. D.L., December 1, 1830. 

DEVIL ON TWO STICKS, THE. E.xtrav. 
Adelphi, 1859. 

DEVIL ON TWO STICKS, THE. Fantasy. 
1 a. Surrey, June 4, 1900. 

DEVIL ON TWO STICKS, THE. See The 
Devil Upon Two Sticks. 

DEVIL TO PAY, THE. Ballet, founded on 
the Old English farce. D.L., November 24, 1845. 

DEVIL TO PAY; OR, THE WIVES 
METAMORPHOSED, THE. O. 3 a. Charles 
Coffey. Pr. 1731. Edinburgh, 1782. From Devil 
of a Wife, by T. Jevon. Altered by Cottey 
and Mottley, 1730, into ballad o. called The 
Devil to Pay. Altered by Theo. Cibber into 
1 a., adding the second title. The Wives Me- 
tamorphosed, Colley Cibber adding a song. 
D.L., 1827. 

DEVIL UPON TWO STICKS; OR, THE 
COUNTRY BEAU, THE. B.F. Chas. Cottey. 
D.L., 1729. An alt. fr. Sir John Vanbrugh's 
and others' comedy. The Country Beau. Ac. 
one night at Shepheard's Wells, in Mayfair, 
1744. Pr. 1745. 

DEVIL UPON TWO STICKS. C. 3 a. Saml. 
Foote. Hay., May 30, 1768. Pr. 1778. 

DEVIL UPON TWO STICKS. See That 
Doctor Cupid, Last Squil, The Devil On. Two 
Sticks, Asmodeus, Country Squire, Helter- 
Skelter. 

DEVIL WORSHIPPERS, THE. D. 4 a. 
Arthur Shirley and Eric Hudson. Leigh T.R., 
January 29, 1903 (C.P.). 

DEVIL'S BARGAIN, A. D. of modern times 
in 4 a. (F. on Floreiue Warden's novel of 
that name.) By Arthur Onslow, the P. prod, 
by Mr. George Umvin. We.st London, March 

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DEVIL'S BRIDGE, THE. Op. Rom. 3 a. 
S J. Arnold. M. by C. E. Horn and Braham. 
Lyceum, May 6, 1812; English O.H., September 
2, 1825. 

DEVIL'S BROTHER, THE. Melo-dr. O. 2 a. 
M. fr. Auber's Fra Diavolo, adap. by Alex. 
Lee. D.L., February 1, 1831. 

DEVIL'S CHARTER, THE. T. Barnaby 
Barnes. Ac. before the K. and Pr. 1607. 

DEVIL'S DAUGHTER; OR, BEELZEBUB'S 
BELLES, THE. Lancaster Queen's, November 
17, 1839. See La Tentation. 

DEVIL'S DAUGHTERS; OR, HELL UPON 
EARTH, THE. Magical Op. Burla. 3 a. Ed- 
ward Stirling. Victoria, November 11, 1839. 

DEVIL'S DEATH, THE. Sk. Tom Gallon. 
Peckham Hipp., April 19. 1909. 

DEVIL'S DECOY, THE. M.C.D. Prol. and 
3 a. Fred Monckton. Aberavon Grand, August 
2, 1909 (C.P.). 

DEVIL'S DEVICE, A. D. 5 a. Percy War- 
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DEVIL'S DISCIPLE, THE. D. 3 a. Geo. 
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17, 1897 (C.P.); Kennington P.O.W., September 
26, 1899 ; rev. Savoy, October 14, 1907 ; tr.s. to 
Queen's, November 25, 1907. 

DEVILS DUCAT ; OR, THE GIFT OF MAM- 
MON, THE. Rom. D. 2 a. Douglas Jerrold. 
Adelphi, December 16, 1830. 

DEVIL'S DUPE, A. Sk. 1 sc. Newcastle 
Grand, July 19, 1909. 

DEVIL'S ELIXIR; OR, THE SHADOWLESS 
MAN, THE. M. Rom. 2 a. Edward Fitz- 
Ball. M. by G. H. B. Rodwell. CO., April 20, 
1829. 

DEVIL'S HOUSE, THE. P. 4 a. H. A. 
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DEVIL'S IN IT, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. T. E. 
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DEVIL'S IN IT, THE. CO. 2 a. M. W. 
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DEVIL'S LAW CASE ; OR, WHEN WOMEN 
GO TO LAW THE DEVIL IS FULL OF BUSI- 
NESS, THE. T.C. John Webster. Ac. by 
their Majesties' servants and pr. 1623. Partly 
fr. Histoires Admirables of Goulart. 

DEVIL'S LUCK; OR, THE MAN SHE 
LOVED. D. 5 a. Miss Lily Tinsley and G. 
Conquest. Liverpool Adelphi, August, 1885; 
Surrey, September 21, 1885. 

DEVIL'S MINE. THE. Amer. Melo-d. 4 a. 
Fred Darcy. Maidenhead Grand H., April 25, 
1894; Pavilion, July 23, 1894. See The Neiv 
World. 

DEVIL'S MOUNT; OR, THE FEMALE 
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24, 1847. 

DEVIL'S OPEJIA, THE. 0. 2 a. G. A. 
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August 13, 1838. 

DEVIL'S OWN LUCK, THE; OR, THE 
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ber 11, 1901. 

DEVIL'S RING; OR, FIRE, WATER, 
EARTH, AND AIR, THE. M. Fairy Rom. 
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DEVIL'S VIOLIN, THE. Extrav. B. Web- 
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DEVIL'S WORK, THE; OR, TOLD BY THE 
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DEVILISH GOOD JOKE; OR, A NIGHT'S 
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T„ 1848, 



DEVILSHOOF. Victoria, Jmie 9, 1802. 

DEVIN DU VILLAGE, LE. 0. 3 a. Rous- 
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as The Cunninf/ Man by Dr. Burney. 17fi(i. 
See La Serva Padrona. 

DEVOTION. D. 3 a. F. G. Cheatham. 
Sadler's Wells, March 21, 1870. 

DEVOTION. P. 4 a. Dion Boucicault, jun. 
Adap. fr. the French, Un Duet Sous Richelieu, 
by Lockroy and Badon. Court, May 1, 1884. 

DEVOTION; OR, A PRICELESS WIFE. D. 
Pro. and 3 a. Fr. the French by Mrs. S. Lane. 
Britannia, March 14, 1881. 

DEVOTION AND PREJUDICE. CD. R. 
Brough and J. V. Bridgeman. Brighton T.R., 
September 7, 1874. 

DEVOUT LOVER, A. See Quicksands. 
DEY AND THE KNIGHT, THE. Adelphi, 

October, 1838. 

DHRAME; OR, BARNEY'S MISTAKE, THE. 
F. James Fitzgerald Nugent. BirKenhead 
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DIABLE AiMOUREUX, LE. B.O. Reber. 
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DIADESTE; OR, THE VEILED LADY. Op. 
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DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MOTHER AND 
DAUGHTER. Int. Dublin, 1783. N.p. 

DIALOGUE OF DIVES. D. Alluded to 
Green's Groatsworth of Wit. 1592. 

DIAMANTS DE LA COURONNE, LES. 
3 a. Word's by Scribe and St. George. M. bv 
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DIAMOND ARROW, THE. Ca. 1 a. W. 
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DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. C 2 a. Lady 
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DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. Int. 1 a. Alt. 
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Edinburgh Adelphi, 1838. 

DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND: OR, VENE- 
TIAN REVELS. Mus. Int. Theodore Hook. 
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DIAMOND DENE. P. 4 a. Henry J. W. 
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DIAMOND EXPRESS, THE. Sk. 1 sc. 
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DIAMOND GANG, THE. D. 4 a. Edward 
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DIAMOND KING; OR, LIF-E IN LONDON, 
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DIAMOND QUEEN, THE. F.C 3 a. Albert 
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DIAMOND RING, A. CD. W. J. Wild. 
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DIAMOND RUSH, THE. P. 5 a. G. D. 
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DIAMOND STATUE; OR, THE KING OF 
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DIAMONDS AND HEARTS. C Adap. by 
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DIANA. P. 4 a. H. C M. Hardinge. S. 
Shields T.R., April 11, 1904. 



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DIANA; OR, AN ADVENTUKK SS. D. 
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i>lANA; OK. THE GODDESS OF THE 
MOON. Burl. Lincoln Masonic T., October, 
18S2. 

DIANA AND ACT.EON. Entert. of Dancing. 
Roger. D.L., 1730. 

DIANA AND ENDYMION. Serenata. Hay., 
1739. N.p. ' 

DIANA OF DOBSON'S. CD. 4 a. Cicely 
Hamilton. Kingsway, February 12, 1908 • rev 
Kingsway, January 11, 1909. ' 

DIANAS GROVE; OR, THE FAITHFUL 
GENIUS. T.C., Anon. N.a. MS. in Mr. 
Kemble's collection. 

DIANE. P. 5 a. Adap. by James Mortimer 
fr. Dumas fils' dr., Diane de Lys. Toole's, Sep- 
tember 9, 1882. 

DIARMID. 0. 4 a. f. on Celtic legends 
Marq. of Lome. M. by Hamish M'Cunn. C G 
October 23, 1897. 

DIARMID AND GRAZIA. Irish P 3 a 
Geo. Moore. W. B. Yeats. Dublin Gaiety, 
October 21, 1901. 

DIARY OF A TRAMP, THE. M. Mono!. 
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DIAVOLO COLOR DI ROSA, IL. Retrella 
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DICE OF DEATH, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. J 
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DICK. Comic 0. 2 a. A. Murray. M. by 
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,.^w^n~r7-->"-^- 2 a. Wr. and comp. by 
E. w. Pntchard and H. J. Boden. Surrey 
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DICK; OR. THE BEAU OF THE BELLES. 
Fairy F. Burl. G. D. Lynch. M. by Walter M. 
George and H. Verrinder. Wimbledon Baths, 
January 29, 189,5. 

DICK DRAYTON'S WIFE. CD. 1 a. Paul 
Maurice. Ladbroke H., July 24, 1888. 

DICK GOODMAN'S REDEMPTION Dram 
P. 1 a. J. E. Tomlineon. Goole Royal, De- 
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DICK HOPE. P. 3 a. E. Hendrie. Man- 
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1905. ' 

Dim OF DEVONSHIRE. A curious old P 
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DICK SCORNER. Mentioned in Kirkman's 
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DICK SHERIDAN. C 4 a. Robert 
Buchanan. Comedy, February 3, 1894 

DICK SWIVELLER. D. "4 a. Chas. Ren- 
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DICK TURPIN AND TOM KING. THE AD- 
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Richard Turpin, Bold Dick Turpin. 

DICK TTRPIN THE SECOND. Burl 2 a 
VV. F. Goldberg. Gaiety, May 6, 1889. 

DICK VENABLES. D. 4 a. Arthur Law. 
Shaftesbury, April 5, 1890. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT 3 a 
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sea Queen's, December 26, 1894. 

DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT- 
ASTROPHE. Burl. James Horner. Walsall 
•Alexandra, June 16, 1884. See Dai}dy Dick 
n hittington, Whittington. 

DICK WILDER. P. 4 a. Mr.s. H. Mus- 
grave. Vaudeville, June 20, 1891. 



DICK'S Dll.KMMA. P. 3 a. James Free- 
man. Ilford T.ll., A|,ril U\, um (amat ) 

DICK'S HONEYMOON. F.C 3 a. C. Dawe, 
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DICK'S SISTER. Ca. 1 a. Norman McKin- 
vi -.n ^ "' ^^'•■I'^'^er 5, 1905; Tivoli, August 

DICKSOHADEL, DER. 0. DvorUk Bo- 
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DICTATOR, THE. 3 a. Richard Harding 
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DICTIONARY, THE. P. 4 a. Beatrice Har- 
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DID I DREAM IT? F. 1 a. J P Wool'er 
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DID SUE MEAN IT? CD. Chas Rennpll 
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DID YOU EVER SEND YOUR WIFE TO 
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DID YOU RING? F. Oa. 1 a. J W 
Houghton and J. W. Mabson. M. by Landon 
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DIDDLECOMBE FARM. Extrav Chas F 

Fuller Prod, by the Roy. Nav. Artil'lerv 

\oluiiteer M. and D. Club on board HMS 

Rainbow, April 1, 1886. ' ' 

DIDO. Latin T. Wm. Gager. Pres. by the 

scholars of St. John'.s College in Christchurch 

Hall, Oxfoj-d, belore a Polish Prince. Palatine 

1583. 

DIDO. T. Imitation of Shakespeare's style 

Jos Reed. D.L., March 28, 1767 Pr 1808- 

rev. 1767 under title of The Queen of Carthage 

DIDO. CO. Thso. Bridges. Hay. Pr 1771 

DIDO O. Transl. fr. Metastasio by j" 

Hoole. Pr. 1800. 

DIDO. Burl. 1 a. F. C Burnand. St 
James s, February 11, i860; N. Royalty' 
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DIDO AND ^NEAS. P. Ac. by the Lord 
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DIDO AND ^NEAS. O. 3 a. N. Tate. M 
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1G80. Additional M. by C Wood. Lyceum 
November 20, 1895; Hampstead Conservatoire, 
May 17, 1900; Purcell's Operatic Soc, Coronet. 
March 25, 1901. 

DIDO AND ^NEAS. Masq. Barton Booth 
D.L., 1716. 

DIDO AND .ENEAS. .Masfi. J. A. Arne. 
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DIDO AND ^NEAS. Travestie. 3 a. Strand 
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DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE. T. Christo- 
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DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE, WITH THF 
MASQUE OF NEPTUNE'S PROPHESY. o' 
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Ac. by D.L. Co. at O.H. Pr. 1792. 

DIDON. O. Piicoini. Fontaineibleau, Octo- 
ber 16, 1783. 

DIDONE. 0. G. Colla. 1773. 

DIEU ET LA BAYADERE, LE. Auber. Paris, 
1830. 

DIFFERENT WIDOWS; OR, INTRIGUE A- 
LA-MODE, THE. Anon. Ac. at New T in 
L.I.F., 1703. Pr. 

DIGGINGS, THE. F. Jersey T.R., May 14 

1877. - 

DILIGENCE, LA. Given bv .Mr. Mathews 
Lyceum playbill, March 8, 1819. 
DI.MITRIUS. O. Joncifres. Paris, 187G. 



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DIMITY'S DILEMMA. P. 1 a. Malcolm 
C. Salaman. Gaiety, February 19, 1887. 

DING DO,NG BELL. MaiyIeD>one, Decem- 
ber 26, 18G6. 

DiIN'GLE'iS DOUBLE. F. Sk. Edi\v;ird Mor- 
ris. Jersey O.H., May 18, 1908. 

DINNA FORGET. P. 1 a. Sidney Barring- 
ton. Burslem, February 19, 1901. 

DINNER FOR NOTHING. F. 1 a. Chas. 
Smitli Clieltman. T.O.W., October 10, 1805. 

DINNER FOR TWO. Ca. R. C. Carton. 
Brigliton T.R., Marcli 9, 1893; Trafalgar Sq.. 
March 22, 1803; WyndliainV, April 2, 1900. 

DINNER FOR TWO. Slv. Tivoli, July 12, 
1909. 

DINORAH. Pastl. O. Meyerbeer. Pari.s, 
lS.-)9. With English lib. by H. Chorley. C.G., 
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DINORAH UNDER DIFFICULTIES. F. 1 a. 
Wm. Brough. Adelphi, November 7, 1859. 

DIOCLESIAN. I'. I'rod. Ro.se T., November, 
l."i94. 

DIOCLESIAN; OR, THE PROPHETESS. 
Dram. O. Thos. Betterton. Pr. 1690. An 
alt. of Beaumont and Fletcher's Prophetess. 

DIOOLRTIAX. O. Purcell. 10.=i8-9.5. 

DIOGENES. CO. in German. J. H. Bona- 
witz. King's Cross Town H., November 3, 1888. 

DIOGENES AND HIS LANTERN; OR, A 
HUE AND CRY AFTER HONESTY. Extrav. 
by the author of To Parents and Guardians. 
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DIOGENES AND THE DAMSEL. Playlet. 
May Creagih-Henry. Queen's Gate H., Novem- 
ber 17. 1908 (mat.). 

DION. T. Fenton. Mentioned as begun by 
Mr. Pope. 

DION. T. Geo. Ambrose Rhodes. Pr. 1806. 

DIONE. Pastl. John Gay. Pr. 1720. A 
counterpart to Amynta and Pastor Fido. 

DIONE. 0. Anon. Pr. 1733. New T. in 
Hay. M. G. Lampe. Taken fr. Mr. Gay's 
pastoral. 

DIONE, THE CANON'S DAUGHTER. F.C. 
3 a. Gravesend Public H., October 2, 1895. 

DIPHILO and GRANIDA. Attributed to 
Rnbt. Cox, 16.50. 

DIPLOMACY. P. 5 a. B. C. Stephenson 
and Clement Scott. P.O.W., January 12, 1878. 
A version of Sardou's Dora. Garrick, February 
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DIPLOMACY OF SUE, THE. C. 2 v.. A. 
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March 18, 1907. 

DIPLOMATIC THEFT. A. D. la. Have- 
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DIPLOMATISTS, THE. 2 a. Sidney Grundy 
f. on La Poudre aux Teux. by Labiche and 
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DIPLUNACY. See Dora and Dlplunacy. 

DIRCE; OR, THE FATAL URN. O. fr. 
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DIRECTOR, THE. F. 3 a. Harry Green- 
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DISAGREEABLE SURPRISE, THE. F. 2 a. 
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DISAGREEABLE SURPRISE; OR, TAKEN 
UP AND TAKEN IN, THE. M.F. 2 a. Geo. 
Daniel. M. by Reeve. D.L., December 1, 1819. 

DISAPPOINTED COXCOMB, THE. C. Bar- 
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DISAPPOINTED GALLANT; OR, BUCK- 
RAM IN ARMOUR, THE. B.O. Edinburgh. 
Pr. 1738. Ascr. to Adam Thomson. 

DISAPPOINTED LADIES. A Court ma.squ.;. 
Prod, in the reign of James I. 

DISAPPOINTED VILLAINY. Entd. by 

Thos. Horde. Pr. 1776. 

DISAPPOINTMENT; OR. THE MOTHER IN 
FASHION, THE. C. Thos. Southerne. Part 
of plot taken from The Curious Impertinent 
in Don Quixote. Ac. at tlie T.K., and pr. 1084. 
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DISAPPOINTMENT, THE. C. W. Tavener. 
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DISAPPOINTMENT, THE. B.O. J. Randal 
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DISARRANGER, THE. Fare. C. 3 a. J. 
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DISBANDED OFFICER; OR, BARONESS OF 
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DISCARDED SECRETARY; OR, MYSTERI- 
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DISCARDED SON, THE. D. B. Webster. 
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DISCIPLINE. P. 2 a. F. von Conring. 
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DISCONTENTED COLONEL, THE. Sir J. 
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DISCONTENTED MAN, THE. C. Anon. 
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DISCOVERY, THE. C. Mrs. Francis Sheri- 
dan. D.L., 1763. Pr. 1763. 

DISCOVERY, THE. C. Transl. fr. Plantus 
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ton. 

DISCOVERY OF JOSEPH, THE. Sac. D. 
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DISCREET PRINCESS; OR, THE THREE 
GLASS DISTAFFS, THE. F. Extrav. 1 a. 
J. R. Planch^. F. on L'Adroite Prince.^se, by 
Chas. Perrault. Olympic, December 20, 1855. 

DISCREET STATUES. Burl. 3. C. Pen- 
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DISGRACE TO HER SEX, A. Melo-d. 4 a. 
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DISGRACE TO THE FORCE, A. Sk. Uol- 
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DISGUISE, THE. C. ascr. to Dr. jQddrell. 
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DISGUISES, THE C. Oa. M. by Mr. Jolly. 
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DISHONOUR OF FRANK SCOTT, THE. P. 
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DISHONOURED. Military I). Pro. and 5 a. 
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DISINTERESTED LOVE. C. An alt. fr. 
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.May 30, 179S, 



" r//7r STAGE" rVir.op.T.DiA. 



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DISPENSARY, THE. F. Thos. Brown. Pr. 
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DISPERX)TO PER ECOESSO DI BUON 
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DISSEMBLED WANTON; OR, MY SO.N 
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DISTRESSED BARONET, THE F. Charles 
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DISTRESSED FAMILY, THE. D. 4 (,. Pr. 
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DISTRESSED KNIGHT; OR. THE EN- 
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DISTRESSED VIRGIN. THE. T. John Max- 
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DISTREST MOTHER, THE. T. Transl. by 
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DR. AMBROSIAS— HIS SECRET. 0. di 
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DOCTOR AND THE APOTHECARY, THE. 

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DR. AND MRS. NEILL. P. 3 a. Clo 
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DOCTOR AND THE GREAT PROBLEM, 
THE. D. 4 a. D. M. C. Grandville. Bolton 
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DR. BARLOW. Extra 1 a. W. Heighway. 

DR. BELGRAFF. P. Ch Klein. Vaudevil'e, 
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DR. BILL. F.C. 3 a. Hamilton Aid^. 
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DR. BOLUS. Serio C. Int. 1 a. Geo. 
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DR. CHETWYND. P. 4 a. F. C. Philips. 
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DR. CLAUDIUS. C. Prel. and 4 a. F. 
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DR. CLYDE. American C. 5 a. Sheffield 
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DR. D. Comic 0. 2 a. M. by Cotsford 
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DOCTOR DAVY. Ca. Adap. fr. the French 
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DOCTOR DILWORTH. F. 1 a. J. Oxen- 
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DR. DODIPOLE. C. Ac. at T.R. 

DOCTOR DORA. Ca. F. W. Broughton. 
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DR. FAUST AND MISS MARGUERITE; OR, 
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DR. FAUSTUS, LIFE AND DEATH OF, 
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DR. FAUSTUSS TRAGICAL HISTORY. 
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DOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIMSELF, THE. 
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DR. JANET OF HARLEY STREET. P. 4 a. 
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DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. P. 4 a. 
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DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE. P. 4 a. 
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DR. -MAUD'S FIRST. Duol. H. Darnley. 
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DR. MEREDITH'S EXPERIMENT. P. 3 a 
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DR. NIKOLO. D. 4 a. Ben Landeck and 
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DOCTOR OF ALCANTARA, THE. CO. 2 a. 

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DR. PADDY. CD. Lincoln T.R., April 14, 
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DR. PARKER. Sk. Brixton Empress, June 
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DR. SYNTAX, THE HYPNOTIST. C.D. Wm. 
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DOCTOR'S BOY, THE. F. Roland Grant. 
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DOCTOR'S DILEMMA, THE. C.F. 3 a. 
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DOCTOR'S DILEMMA, THE. T. 4 a. and 
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DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENT, THE. Sk. Scala. 
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DOCTOR'S STORY, THE. Domestic D. 5 a. 
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DOCTORESSE, LA. C. 3 a. Ferrier and 
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DOCTORS OF DULHEAD COLLEGE, THE. 
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DODGE FOR A DINNER, A. F. 1 a. T. A. 
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DOG BETWiEEN, THE. P. 1 a. Criterion, 
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DOG DAYS IN BOND STREET. C. 3 a. 
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DOG FANCIER, TEE. D. A. Lloyd and M 
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DOG OF MONTARGIS; OR, THE FOREST 
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DOGE OF DURALTO; OR, iHE EN- 
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DOCiK OF VKMCE, THE. Rom. P. 4 a. 
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DOGS OF ST. BERN.VRD, THE. D. Clement 
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DOING FOR THE BEST. Dom. D. 2 a. 
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DOING MY UNCLE. F. 1 a. Rophino 
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DOING THE HANSOM. F. 1 a. A. Harri.s. 
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DOING THE SHAH. F. Nugent Robinson. 
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DOLDRUM; OR, 1803, THE. F. John 
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DOLLAR PRINCESS, THE. Mus. p. 3 a. 
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DOLLARS AND SENSE. C. 3 a. Augustiu 
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DOLLDOM. Ca. 1 a. Bingham and Pascal. 
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DOLLUSIONS. Sk. Wra. Muskerry. " Won- 
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DOLLY. CO. Adolphe Adam. Gaiety, 
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DOLLY. CO. 2 a. John Bannister. Com- 
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1903. 
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in America 



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Stanislaus 
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DOLLY'S BIRTHDAY. D. and uM. episode. 
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DOMBEY AND SON. See Heart's Delight, 
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DOMENICA. 0. 2 a. D.L., June 7, 1838. 

DOMENICO THE VILE-UN. Burl. Leigh 
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DOMESTIC ARRANGEMENTS; OR, THE 
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DOMESTIC DIPLOMACY. Ca. James Red- 
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DOMESTIC ECONOMY. F. 1 a. Mark 
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DOMESTIC ECONOMY. CO. F. C Bur- 
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DOMESTIC FOWL, THE. C 1 a. Nugent 
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DOMESTIC FOWL, THE. P. Arthur Good- 
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DOMESTIC MASH, A. F. Tom Park. Chel- 
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DOMESTIC MEDICINE. Ca. Lita Smitli. 
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DOMESTIC PROBLEM, A. C 1 a. Lech- 
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DOMESTIC STRATEGY. Sk. Maurice Casi. 
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DOMINICANS, THE. Oa. 2 a. B. Knyvet 
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DOMINIQUE. Transl. and adap. by T. J. 
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DOMINIQUE; OR, IT IS THE DEVIL. D. 
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DOMINIQUE THE DESERTER; OR, THE 
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DOMINIQUE, THE POSSESSED. C. 3. Bar- 
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DOMINO; OR, THE FALL OF THE CUR- 
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DOMINO NOIR, LE. CO. 3 a. Scribe. M. 
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DOMUS ET PLACENS UXOR (" The House 
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DON, THE. C 3 a. Adap. fr. the German 
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DON ANTONIO; OR, THE SOLDIER'S RE- 
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DON BUCEFALO. Comic O. 2 a. Antonio 
Cagnoui. Milan, 1847. CG., May 29, 1809. 



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DON CiESAR DE BAZAN. D. 3 a. G. A. 

;i Beckett and Mark Lemon. Fr. the Frencli 
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DON C^TilSAR DE BAZAN. Version by D. 
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DON C^SAR DE BAZAN. 4 a. H. A. Saints- 
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DON CJiSAR, etc. See Don Cesar. 

DON CARLOS. T. Transl. fr. Schiller. Pr. 
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DON CARLOS. O. 3 a. Word^, Tarantini ; 
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DON CARLOS. O. 5 a. Words, Mery and 
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DON CARLOS; OR, THE INFANTE IN 
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DON CARLOS, INFANT OF SPAIN. T. Fr. 
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DON CARLOS, PRINCE OF SPAIN. T. Thos. 
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DON CARLOS, PRINCE ROYAL OF SPAIN. 
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DON CESAR DE BAZAN. O. Massenet. 
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DON D'ESIDEiRIO. 0. Poniatowski. Piea, 
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DON GARCIA OF NAVARRE; OR, THE 
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DON GIOVANNI. Op. buffa. 2 a. Words, 
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DON GIOVANNI. Burl. J. C. Brennan. 
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DON GIOVANNI; OR, A SPECTRE ON 
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DON GIOVANNI D'AUSTRIA. O. Mar- 
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DON GIOVANNI IN VENICE. Operatic Ex- 
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DON GIOVANNI, JUN. ; OR, THE 
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DON GIOVANNI, M.P. Edinburgh Prin- 
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DON HORATIO. P. Ac. at the Rose T., 
February 23, l.')91. 

DON IGNEZ DE CASTRO. T. John Adam- 
son. Transl. fr. the Portuguese of Nicola 
Luiz. Pr. 1808. 

DON JAPHET OF ARMENIA. C. Transl. 
fr. Scarron in 1657 by Sir Wm. Lower. 

DON JEROME'S TRIP TO ENGLAND. Int. 
G.G., 1778. N.p. 

DON JOHN. See The Chances. 

DON JOHN; OR, THE TWO VIOLETTAS. 
CO. 3 a. F. on The Chances by Reynolds. 
M. by Bi.shop and Ware. C.G., February 20, 
1821 Pr. 1821. 

DON JOHN OF AUSTRIA. 1'. F. on Casi- 
mir Dehivigne's Don Juan d'Autrhhe. C.G., 
April 23, 1836. 



DON JOHN OF SEVILLE. D. 4 a. Ed- 

gardo Colonna. Ekph. and Castle, September 
30, 1876. 

DON JUAN. Rom. D. 3 a. J. B. Buck- 
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DON JUAN. M.D. 3 a. C. Milner. Lyrics 
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DON JUAN. Burl. Bradford T.R., Novem- 
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DON JUAN. Extrav. H. J. Byron. Al- 
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DON JUAN. Burl. 3 a. J. T. Tanner. 
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DON JUAN. See Convivado. 

DON JUAN; OR, THE FEAST OF THE 
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DON JUAN; OR, THE LIBERTINE DE- 
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and Oulton. Songs by Reeve. M. by Gluck. 
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DON JUAN; OR, THE LIBERTINE DE- 
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DON JUAN D'AUTRICHE. Royalty, Octo- 
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DON JUAN IN HELL. Dream fr. Man and 
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DON JUAN, JUNIOR. Extrav, Brothers 
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DON JUAN, THE LITTLE GAY DECEIVER. 
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DON JUAN'S LAST WAGER. Rom. P. 4 a. 
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1900. 

DON PADDY DE BAZAN. F. Int. J. Holmes 
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DON PASQUaLE. Op. buffa. 3 a. Donizetti. 
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DON PAULO. M.P. 2 a. Lyrics by W. 
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DON PEDRO. D. 5 a. Richard Cumberland. 
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DON PEDRO. T. Lord Porchester. M. by 
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DON PEDRO. Langdon E. Mitchell. Strand, 
May 26, 1892. 

DON PEDRO. Oa. 2 a. Mrs. Edward Adams. 
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October 18, lo92. 

DON QUIXOTE. 0. Purcell. 16.58-95. 

DON QUIXOTE. M. Ent. D. J. Piguenit. 
C.G. Pr. 1774 

DON QUIXOTE. Orig. O. 2 a. M. by G. a. 
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DON QUIXOTE. Burl. J. M. Killick. Cabi- 
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DON QUIXOTE. CO. H. Paulton and 
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DON QUIXOTE. C O. H. B. Smith. Com- 
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DON QUIXOTE. Burl., 3 a., on the story of 
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July 24, 1893; Stoke Newington Alexandra, 
August 28, 1899. 

DON QUIXOTE. Piece. W. G. Wills. F. on 
an incident in Rom. of Cervantes. Lyceum, 
May 4, 1895. 



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DON QUIXO'J^E. P. 4 ix. Constructed l)y 
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DON QUIXOTE. 1 

McCarthy. Margate 
(C.r.). 

DON QT IXOTE; OK, THE 
ILL-EAVOIJIKD FACE. C. 



4 a. .JiirTfin llunlly 



R., Fchiuaiy 17, 19t)S 



THE 



KNUiHT OK 

Before lOCl 

DO:'^ QUIXOTE; OR, THE KNltiHT OF 
the WOEFUL COUNTENANCE. M.D. 2 a. 
George Almar. Surrey, 1833. 

DON QUIXOTE IN BARCELONA; OR. J HE 
BEAUTIFUL MOOR. Ballad F. 2 a. Joseph 
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DON QUIXOTE IN ENGLAND. C. lly. 
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IXOTE. JUNIOR. Ca. la. J. C. 
ind John Howson. Globe, April 21, 



DON QI 

Goodman 
1879. 

DON Ql 
OF. The 
Mary the 



Dorset Gardens, 
T'HE &EOOND. 



1096. 

See 



Cornell 



The 



Ste 



IXOTE, THE COMICAL HISTORY 

tliird part with ihe Marriaije of 
Buxom. C. in three parts;. Tlios. 
Durtey. Pr. 1094 (i. ' 

mn (juixo'TE 

Fo.r Hunt. 

DON SANCUE D'ARAGON 
" French Classical Play^s." 

DON SANCHO ; OR, 
WHIM. B.O. 3 a. With 
Masque. Elizabeth Boyd. 

DON SAVERIO. M.D. 
words) by Dr. Arne. D.L. 

DON SEBASTIAN. See 

DON SEBASTIAN 
T. J. Dryden. D.L. 
17.33, 1774, and 1794. 

DON SEBASTIANO. 0. 
1843. 

DONA CONSTANZA. 0. 
luick. Criterion, November 

DONA IGNEZ. See lynez 

DONAGH, THE. Irish D. 
cett Rowe. Grand, April 12 



THE STUDENTS 
yiinerva'.s Triumph. 
Pr. 1739. 

(and probably 
1750. 
Captive. 
PORTUGAL. 
Rev., D.L., 



M. 
Pr. 

The 

KING OF 

Pr. 1090. 



Donizetti. Paris, 

.S a. Adolph Gol- 
20, 1875. 
de Castro. 
3 a. Geo. Faw- 
1884. 

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DONAH AND TH,K GOD. THE. Sk. Tivoli, 
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DONE BROWN. F. 1 a. H. T. Craven. 
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DONE ON BOTH SIDES. F. la. J. M. 
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DONE TO A CINDERELLA; OR, THE 
DRUDGE, THE PRINCES, AND THE 
PLATED GLASS SLIPPER. Burl. Fawcett 
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DONELLAN. Dom. D. 4 a. Lieut.-Col. P. R. 
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DONNA AURORA. O. Morlacchi. Milan, 
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DONNA DEL LAGO, LA. O. 2 a. Rossini. 
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DONNA DIANA. Poetical C. 4 a. West- 
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DONNA DIANA. CO. Fd. on Spanish sub- 
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I»ONNA JUANITA. CO. r! a. Zcll and 
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DONNA LUIZA. Oa. 1 a. Basil Hood. M. 
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DONNA MARINA. P. 4 a. Chas. Whitworth 
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DONNA KERPKNTE. Sec Die Feeii. 

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DONNE DISPELTOSE, LK. O. I'i/cini. 
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DON'T. P. 1 a. Reginald Arkell. Hove, 
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DON'T DECEIVE VOUR WIFE. C 3 a. 
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DON'T JUDGE BY APPEARANCES. F. la. 
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DOOR UPON THE LATCH, THE. P. 1 a. 

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DOORWAY, THE. Epi.sode. 1 a. H. Brig- 
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DORA. D. 3 a. Chas. Reade. F. on Tenny- 
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DORA. COa. Wr. and comp. by W. S. 
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DORA AND DIPLUNACY; OR, A WOMAN 
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DORA INGRAM. Dom. D. 4 a. Mortimer 
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DORA .MAYFIELD. Britannia, Februarv 25, 

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DORA'S DEVICE. C 2 a Robert Reeee. 
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DORA'S DREAM. O. A. Cellier and Arthur 
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DORAS LOVE; OR, THE STRI'GGLES OK 
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DORASTUS AND FAWNIA. Novel by Hobl 
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DORMEA, THE LAWYER'S DAUGHTER. 
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DORO MAYFIELD; OR, LOVE THE LEVEL- 
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DOROTHY. CO. Julian Edwards. Leeds, 
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DOROTHY GRAY. D. 5 a. J. F. Nesbit. 
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DOROTyY 0' THE HALL. P. 4 a. Paul 
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DOROTHY VERNON. Rom. D. 5 a. J. W. 
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DOROTHY'S STRATAGEM. CD. 2 a. Jas. 
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DORVAL: OR, THE TEST OP VIRTUE. C 
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DOT. D. Dion Boucicault. Vers, of Dickens's 
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DOT. William Shore. New ver.s. of 
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DOTHEBOYS' HALL. D. 3 a. J. Daly Bese- 
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DOUBLE AMOUR, THE. F. 2 a. Hay., 1791. 

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DOUBLE DEALING. 0. 1 a. F. J. Vigay. 
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DOUBLE DEALING; OR, THE RIFLE 
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DOUBLE DECEIT; OR, A CURE FOR 
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DOUBLE DECEIT; OR, THE HAPPY PAIR, 
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DOUBLE DECEPTION, A. C Max Pireau 
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DOUBLE DECEPTION, THE. C Miss Rich- 
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DOUBLE DISAPPOINTMENT, THE. V. 
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DOUBLE DISGUISE, THE. CO. 2 a. Prob- 
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DOUBLE DOSE, A. F. Arthur Shirley. 
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DOUBLE DUMMY. F 1 a. N. H. Harring- 
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DOUBLE EPOUVANTE, LA. Sk. Paul 
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DOUBLE EVENT, THE. D. 4 a. Edward 
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DOUBLE EVENT, THE. F.C. 3 a. James 
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DOUBLE-FACED PEOPLE. C. 3a. John 
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DOUBLE FALSEHOOD; OR, THE DIS- 
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by Theobald in 1728. Some say the same play 
as The History of Cardenio. 

DOUBLE GALLANT; OR, THE SICK 
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Partly fr. Le Gallant Double, Burnaby's 
Visiting Day, and Centlivre's Love at a Ven- 
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DOUBUE GIFT, THE. Ladywell P.H., May 
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DOUBLE LIFE; OR, THE SHADOW OF 
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DOUBLE MARRIAGE, THE. T. Beaumont 
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DOUBLE MARRIAGE, THE. An adap. of 
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DOUBLE MISTAKE. A. F. Frank Thomp- 
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DOUBLE MISTAKE, THE. C. Mrs. Eliz. 
Griffiths. CG. Pr. 1766. 



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DOUBLE PERPLEXITY, THE; OR, THE 
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1706. N. ac. 

DOUBLE ROSE, THE. nist. P. 5 a. J. W. 
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DOUBLE SIXES. P. 1 a. Southampton 
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DOUBLE STRATAGEM, THE. CO. Robt. 
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DOUBLE TRAITOR ROASTED, THE. Scots 
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DOUBLE ZERO. C. 3 a. J. P. Hurst. 
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DOUBLEiDAY'S WILL. Burnand a:i<l King 
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DOUBLEDICK. D. 3 a. West Digges. 
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DOUBT. Dom.D 4 a. J. Stanley Little. 
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DOUBT AND CONVICTION. F. Transl. 
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DOUBTFUL HEIR, THE. T.C. Jas. Shir- 
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Ac. at private house in Blaekfryars. Pr. 1652. 
Part of the story on which this play is 
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DOUBTFUL PROPOSAL, A. M. "trifle.' 
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DOUBTFUL SON; OR, SECRETS OF A 
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DOUBTFUL VICTORY, A. Ca. 1 a. John 
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DOUGLAS; OR, THE NOBLE SHEPHERD. 
T. 5 a. Rev. John Home. Suggested by old 
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re.semblance to Merope of Maffei and V'ol- 
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DOUGLAS TRAVESTIE. Burl. la. Wm. 
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DOULOUREUX, LA. C. 4 a. Maurice Don- 
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DOVE, THE. C. Trans, from the French 
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DOVE AND THE SERPENT, THE. City of 
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DOVE-COT, THE. C. 3 a. Adap. from 
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DOVES IN A CAGE. C. 2 a. Douglas Jer- 
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DOWAGER, THE. Thos. Chatterton. 

DOWAGER THE. C. 1 a. Chas. Mathews. 
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DOWN AMONG THE COALS. F. Taylor 
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DOWN BY THE SEA. M.C. 3 a. Sydney 
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DOWN IN THE MUD. P. 1 a. Una Erie. 
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DOWN ON HIS LUCK. F.C. 3 a. John 
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DOWN THE SLOPE. American CD. 4 a. 
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DOWNFALL OF BRIBERY; OR, THE 
HONEST MAN OF TAUNTON, THE. Ballad 
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DOWNFALL OF PRIDE, THE. D. C. H. 
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DOWNFALL OF ROBERT EARL OF 
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DOWNFALL OF ST. STEPHEN'S, THE. 
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DOWNFALL OF THE ASSOCIATION, THE. 
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DOWNWARD PATH, THE. D. 4 a. C. A. 
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DRAGON, THE. CO. M. by A. Lee. 

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DRAGON FLY, THE. P. 4 a. J. Luther 
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DRAGON KNIGHT; OR, THE QUEEN OF 
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DRAGON OP HOUGUE BIE; OR, THE 
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DRAGON OF WANTLEY, THE. Burl. O. 
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DRAGON'S GIFT; OR, THE SCARF OF 
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DRAGON'S TONGUE, THE. M. Extrav. 2 a. 
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DRAGONERS, THE. See Margery. 

DRAGONESS, THE. Burl. 0. H. Carey. 
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DRAGONETTE. Op. bo. 1 a. Offenbach. 
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DRAGONS DE VILLARS, LES. F.O. M. 
Maillart. Gaietv, June 24, 1875. English ver. 
by H. Hersee. Folly, .May 14, 1879. See The 
Dragoons. 

DRAGOONS, THE. CO. Henry Hersee. 
4dap. fr. Les Dragons de Villars. Folly, April 
14, 1879. 

DRAMA AT HOME, THE. Revue. 2 a. J. 
R. Planchg. Hay., April 8, 1844. 

DRAMA OF LIFE, THE. Dom. D. 4 a. 

Lingford Carson. Oldham Col., March 21, 

1901 (CP.); Mexborough P.O.W., July 27, 
1901; Pay., August 4, 1902. 

DRAMA'S LEVEE; OR, A PEEP AT THE 
PAST, THE. Revue. J. R. Planch^. Olympic, 
April 16, 1838. 

DRAMA'S VINDICATION; OR, THE 
ROMAN ACTOR, THE. Compressed fr. Mas- 
singer's play of same name. C.G., November 
14, 1799. 

DRAMAS OF THE WINE SHOP. Melo-d. 
B. Webster, jun. Adap. fr. Lea Drames du 
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DRAMATIC APPELLANT. A quarterly pub- 
lication wliich ran to three numbers only. 
Publ. in 1808, and contained pieces rejected by 
theatrical managers. Contents as follows:— 
The Barom of EUeitbercih. T. F.F.Weston. 
Albert anil Rosalie. M.D. ' 

Tlie Weifirr. M.Ent. I 

WilUnm Tell. T. E. Roche. 
The Iiirasioii. P. E. Roche. I 

Look Before You Leap. F. T. D. Worgan. 
The Villaoers. CO. T. D. Worgan. 
St. Aubeii. T. F.E.Weston. 
Tiro Old Maids of florence. F. Anon. 
Castle of Udolpho. Op. D. Anon. 
DRAMATIC DIALOGUE, A, between an 
English Sailor and a Frenchman. J. S. Mun- 
nings. Pr. 1803. N. ac. 

DRAMATIC DIALOGUES FOR YOUNG 
lERSONS. Pr. 1792. 

DRAMATIC LOVE. C. Thos. Horde. Pr. 
1773. N. ac. 

DRAMATIC PASTORAL, A. By a Lady, 
probably Mrs. Thomas. Pr. 17G2. 

DRAMATIC PIECE. A. By Charterhouse 
Scholars in memory of Gunpowder Plot. Char- 
terhouse, November 6, 1732. Pr. 1/32. 

DRAMATIC PUFFERS, THE. Prel Henry 
Bate. C.G., February 9, 1782. Pr. 1782. 

DRAMATIC SKETCH in 5 sc. without a 
title Prod, by G. Gray. Camberwell Palace, 
January 21, 1907. 

DRAMATIC SKETCH without a n'^mf- T. 
M. Paule. Holloway Empire. August 10, 1908. 
DRAMATIC SKETCHES OF ANCIENT NOR- 
THERN MYTHOLOGY. F. Sayers. Pr. 1789. 
See Frea, Moina, Starno. 

DRAMATIST: OR, STOP HIM WHO CAN, 
THE. C. 5 .a. Fredk. Reynolds. C.G., May 
\r, 1789. Pr. 1789. Haymarket, 1800, D.L., 
May 12, 1818; Lyceum, October 7, 1822; Bijou, 
October 29, 1903. ^ ^ ^^^ 

DRAPERY QUESTION; OR, WHO S FOR 
INDIA? Sketch. 1 a. Chas. Selby. Adelphi, 
October 28, 1857. 

DRAWERS OF DEE PLAYE, THE. See 
"Miracle Play.*." 

DR\WING-ROOMS, SECOND FLOOR AND 
ATTIC F. 1 a. J. M. Morton. Prmcess s, 
March '28, 1864. 

DRAWN BATTLE, A. Duol. Malcolm Wat- 
son. Op. C. April 17, 1893; Lyric, July 12, 
1894. 

DREADFULLY ALARMING. F. 1 «• .Con- 
way Edwardes and E. A. Cullerne. Philhar- 
monic, September 30, 1871. 

DREAM. A. D. 1 a. Lady Bancroft. Liver- 
pool Shakespeare, September 23, 1903. 

DREAM, THE. Serio dramatic piece. 2 a. 
K. Sickelmore. Brighton, August 8, 1796. Pr. 
1797. 

DREAM; OR, BINK'S PHOTOGRAPHIC 
GALLERY, A. M. Satire. Nat Childs and 
Willie Edouin. First prod- in U.S.A. Avenue, 
July 10, 1883. ^ ^ 

DREAM AT SEA, THE. D. 3 a. J. B. 
Buckstone. Adelphi, November 23, 1835. 

DREAM FACES. P. 1 a. Wynn Miller. 
Ramsgate, Sanger's, October 18, 1888 (O.i'.), 
Terry's, November 1, 1888; Garrick, February 
22, 1890. 

DREAM FLOWER, THE. Fantasy 1 a. 
Aim^e Lowther. Comedy (ac. in pant.). June 
30, 1888. 

DREAM GODDESS, THE. P. 1 a. Arthur 
H. Westcott. Suggested by a story of 
Honors de Balzac. (Prod, by the Rehearsal 
fn.) Rehearsal, May 23, 1909. 



DREAM IN VENICE, A. Ent. T. W. 
Robertson. Gal. Illustn., March 18, 1867. 
DREAM OF DELUSION. D. 1 a. J. P. 

Simpson. PubL by S. French, Ltd. 

DREAM OF FATE; OR, SARAH THE 

JEWESS. D. 2 a. C. Z. Barnett. Sadler's 
Wells, August 20, 1838. 

DREAM OF GERONTIUS. Orat. 2 parts. 
Edward Elgar, Birmingham Festival, October 
3, 1900. 

DREAM OF HIS LIFE, THE. Fan. M.P., 
in 1 a., wr. by A. Chevalier; M. by A. H. 
West. A condensed vers, of The Land of Nod. 
Eastbourne D.P., April 8, 1907. 

DREAM OF JUBAL. Cantata. Mackenzie. 

DREAM OF LOVE. C. 2 a. John Oxen- 
ford. Op. Com., October 21, 1872. 

DREAM OF OLD VERSAILLES, A. Fan- 
ta.sy. 1 a. P. Kirwan. Bayswater Bijou, 
December 31. 1903. 

DREAM OF ST. CLOUD, THE. Dram. Poem. 
Pr. 1797. N.ae. 

DREAM OF SCIPIO, THE. 0. Transl. 
by Olivari. Pr. 1797. 

DREAM OF SCIPIO, THE. 0. Transl. fr. 
Metastasio by John Hoole. Pr. 1800. 

DREAM OF THE FUTURE, A. C. 3 a. 
Chas. Dance. Olympic, November 6, 1837. 

DREAM OF THE WHITEBOY, THE. D. 
Cheltenham T.R., September 28, 1868. 

DREAM OF WHITAKER'S ALMANACK, A. 
" Up-to-date review of fun, fact, and fancy." 
Crystal Pal., June 5, 1899. 
DREAM SPECTRE, THE. Rom. D. 3 a. T. 
i Egerton Wilks. Victoria T., July 24, 1843. 
DREAMER AWAKE; OR, THE PUGILIST 
MATCHED, THE. F. Edmund John Eyre. 
C.G., May C and 28, 1791. Pr. 1791. Pro. by 
Peter Pindar. 

DRiEAiMlLAND. Mu.sical Fantai-ia. Camber- 
well Empire. March 23, 1908. 

DREAMLAND'S GATEWAY; OR, THE 
LAND OP NOD. M.F. 3 a. Princess's, Octo- 
ber 7. 1902. 

DREAMS. D. 5 a. T. W. Robertson. Liver- 
pool Alex., February 22, 1869; under title Mi/ 
i Lady Clare, Gaiety, March 27, 1809. 
I DREAMS OF DELUSION. D. 1 a. Pub. by 
S. French, Limited. 
DRED. F. Phillips and John Coleman. Snr- 
I rey, October, 1856. 

DRED. D. Walter Banks. Wolverhampton 
1 P O.W., November 19, 1872. 
1 DRED; A TALE OF THE DISMAL SWAMP. 
D 2 a. ' Fr. Mrs. Beecher Stowe's novel, by 
W. E. Suter. Queen's T., October, 1856. 

DREGS. I). Sk. Alec Nelson. Vaudeville, 
May 16, 1889. 

DREI PINTOS. DIE. O. Weber. Left un- 
finished. Completed by G. Maher, and prod. 
Leipzig, January 20, 1888. 

DRESDEN CHINA. Fant. i a. Miss Alice 
Chapin and E. H. C. Oliphant. Vaudeville, 
July 21, 1892. 

DRESS M.D., without words. N. Carlton 
Hill. M. by Paul Corder. R. Acad, of M., 
May 5, 1905. 

DRESS COAT, THE. F. Frank Green. 
Strand, June 29, 1876. 

DRESS-MAKER, THE. M.O. Adeline 
Votieri. Grand, April 7, 1902. 
i DRESS-MAKING. Charade. Stanley Rogers. 
Pub. by S. French, Limited. 

DRESS REHEARSAL. 0. 1 a. L. Di.hl. 
Pub, tiy S. French, Limited, 



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DRESS RiEHEARSAL, A. M. Sk. 1 a. 
Seymour Hickd and A. C. Robatt. M. by A. 
Lotte and F. Tours. Tivoli, December 2, 
1907. 

DRIFTED. P. 1 a. H. T. Jolinson. Fulliaiu 
(;r:iiiil. Sei>teml)er 14, lt)03. 

DRIFTED APART. Doni. Sk. 1 a. Sir Cha.s. 
Yduu!,'. 'J^orquay IJatli Saloon, January 10, 
1S82. 

DRIFTING CLOUDS. P. 2 a. liow and 
Bromley Inst., October 31, 1894. 

DRIFTING DOWN. P. 1 a. J. E. Burfoot. 
Windsor Conservative Club, April 19, 19110 
(amat.). 

DRIFTING SPAR, A. D. Sydney Gordon. 
Edmonton T.R., Aug. 5, 1893. 

DRINK. D. 5 a. Adap. by Chas. Reade 
from Busnaeh and Gastineau's version of Emile 
/ola'3 L'Assommoir. Princess's, June 2, 1879; 
D.L., June 23, 1891; Princess's, July 13, 189G; 
.\delphi, December 26, 1899, and January, 19UU. 
See 'D.T., Del Trem., DeHroi/ed by Drink. 

DRINK; OR, SAVED BY CHILD'S 
PRAYEJt. D. 4 a. C. Philips. Cley-next- 
the-Sea Town Hall, June 14, 1907. 

DRIVE LOVE OUT AT THE DOOR, HE'LL 
GET IN AT THE WINDOW. C. Bal. Roch- 
fort. D.L., May 16, 1815. 

DRIVEN FROM HOME. D. 3 a. G. H. 
Macdermott. Grecian, July 31, 1871. 

DRIVEN FROM HOME. Dom. D. 4 a. Bir- 
mingham New Grand, October 10, 1884; Pav.. 
June 14, 1886. 

DROP BY DROP; OR, OLD ENGLAND'S 
CURSE. D 4 Tab. By Kate A. Walton 
Liverpool, Adelphi, March 24, ISM. 

DROPPED IN. P. 1 a. Walter Boyd. 
Ladbroke Hall, November 24, 1893. 

DROSS. M.D. without words. 1 a. N. 
Carlton Hill. M. bv Paul Corder. R. ac. of 
M. May .'). 190-). 

DROWNED MAN'S LEGACY, THE. D. 3 a. 
W. Seaman. Biitannia, September 23, lf<72. 

DRUID, THE Eng. Tragic O. 3 a. Rev. 
J. M. Capes, St. George's, February 22, 1879. 

DRUID'S OAK, THE. Victoria, June 2:!, 
18,-.]. 

DRUID'S ELECT, THE. Architectural burl. 
St. George's H., A|>ril 19, 1^9:). 

DRUIDS, THE. Pant. Ent. Woodward. 
C.G. Pr. (songs only) 1774. 

DRUM MAJOR. Ver. of the French lib. of 
Offenbach's O., La Fille da Tamboar-Majear. 
F. Bowyer and W. E. Sprange. Netting Hill, 
Coronet T., October 1, 1900. 

DRUMCLOG; OR, THE COVENANTERS. 
D. Edinburgh T.R., September .5, 1871. 

DRUMMER; OR, THE HAUNTED HOUSE. 
THE. C. Joseph Addison. D.L., March 10, 
1716. Pr. 1715. 

DRUMiMER BOY, THE. Song soena. H. 
Castlinig and C. W. Murphv. London Pav. 
(Water Rats' mat.), November 13, 1905. 

DRUMMEiR OF THE 76th, THE. Hist, 
playlet. Lewis Coen. Coronet (C.P.), July 3, 
190S. -■- 

DRUMS OF OUDE, THE. Dram, episode. 
Austin Strong. Comedy, .\pril 5, 1906; Play- 
hou.se, January 28, 1907. 

DRUiMS OF DOOM, THE. D. 1 a. G. 
Villiers-Stuart. (Prea. by the English Drama 
Soc.) Sc..ila. JuTie 23, 1908 (mat.). 

DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. F. Audrey 
Anderson. Brighton W. Pier, November 20, 
1908. 

DRUNKARD, THE. Dom. D. of American 
life. 4 a. W. H. Smith and a Gentleman. 
Boston Museum, 1844 



4 a. 

190.-.. 
G. D. Pitt. 



D. Livcr]iool 



DRUNKARD, THE. Aiioth.r vor. of L'Aa- 
soinmoir by Btnjauiin Web.sttr. Birmingliam 
Holte T., Setember 29, 1879. 

DRUNKARDS CHILDREN, THE. D. 1 a. 
J. B. Johnstone. Pavilion, July, 1848. 

DRUNKARD'S DAUGHTER, A. D. 

Clarence Burnette. Blythe K., July 26, 

DRUNKARD'S DOOM. D. 2 

Victoria, September 24, 1832. 

DRUNKARD'S DOOM; OR, THE DEVII'S 
CHAIN. THE. Another ver. of L'As:<oinitii)ir. 
Plymouth T.R., Sejitember 8, 1879. 

DRUNKARD'S GLASS, THE. D. 1 a. T. 
Morton. Lyceum, April 21, 1845. Afterwards 
eullfd Another Glass. 

DRUNKARD'S LIST, THE. 
Colosseum, April 1, 1872. 

DRUNKARD'S WARNING, THE. D. 3 a. 
C. W. Tay'or. Ac. at New York IS.'.O. Pnbl. 
by J. Dicks. 

DRUNKEN NEWS WRITER, THE. Int. 

Hay. Pr. 1771. 

DRUNKEN SWISS, THE. Ballet Dance. 
Rev. Lyceum, April 9, 1822. 

DRYAD, THE. P. J. Huntly McCarthy. 
Margate March 15, 1905. 

DRYAD, THE. Dance Play. 2 tabl. Dora 
Bright. Playhouse, March 26, 1907 (C.P.); rev. 
H.M., June 4, 1909. 

DU BARRY. David Belasco. Elephant and 
Castle, December 4, 1901. 

DU BARRY. Ch. Brookfield. Adap. from 
the French. Savoy, January i3, 1905 (C.1M. 

DU BARRI. P. Pro. and 3 a. and epilogue 
of 3 scenes. Ch. St. John. From the French 
of Jean Richepin. Savoy, March 18, 190.-.. 

DUBLIN BAY. C. T. W. Robertson. Man- 
chester T.R., May 18, 1869. Folly, December 
iw, 1875. 

DUC D'ALBE, LE. 0. Donizetti (I79S-184S). 

DUCHESS ELEANOUR. Haymarket. Maivh 
13, 18.-,4. 

DUCHESS OF BAYSWATEIl AND CO. 
Haymarket, Decenrber 8, 1888. 

DUCHESS OK BERMONDSKY, TllK. Sec 
'Die Fiirlimes of Van. 

DUCHESS OF COOLGARDIE. D. 5 a. Eus- 
ton Leigh and Cyril Dare. D.L., Sci>teinbcr 19. 
]J<96. 

DUCHESS OF DANTZIC, THE. Rom. O. 
3 a. Henry Hamilton. M. by Ivan Caryll. 
Lyric, October 17, 1903. 

DUCHESS OF DEPTFORD, THE. Sk. John 
Ridding. Standard, November 30, 1908. 

DUCHESS OP DEVONSHIRE, THE. C. 4 a. 
Mrs. Charles A. Doremus. Eleph. and C, April 
1, 1903. 

DUCHESS OF DIJON. CO. 
Hood. M. by Walter Slauahter. 
T.R., Sejitember 20, 1897. 

DUCHESS OF EUROPE, THE. 
B. Masters. Brixton T., April 6, 

DUCHESS OF FERNANDIA, 



2 a. Basil 
Portsmouth 



F.C. 
1904. 
THE. 



T. 



Henry Glapthorne. Entd. Stationers' Co., June 
29, 1660. N.p. 

DUCHESS OF MALFEY (OR MALFI), THE. 
T. John Webster. Blackfriars, 1623. Globe. 
Pr. 1623. Taken fr. a novel by Bandello, also 
f. on fact already used by Lojie de Vega, and 
may be found iu Lea Hutoires Admirablei of 
Gerelast. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI, THE. T. 5 a. Adap. 
fr, John Wel)ster. Bla.'kfriars, 1040. 






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DUCHESS OF MALFI, THE. T. Ac. at 
Duke's T. Pr. 1678. Adapt, of Webster's 
play. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI, THE. Adap. fr. John 
Webster by R. H. Home. Sadlet's Wells, 
November 20, 1850; Standard, Auaust, 1859; 
Sadler's Wells. 1864; Standard, April, 1868. 

DUCHESS OF MALFI. Ver. by W. Poel. 
Op. Com., October 21, 1892. 

DUCHESS OE MALFI. Ste The Fata! 
Secret. 

DUCHESS OF MANSFELDT, THE. CD. 1 a. 
E. H. Keating. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH, THE. P. 
3 a. C. H. Metzler. T.R., Canterbury, Febru- 
ary 22, 190«. 

DUCHESS OP ORMONDE, THE. D. 3 a. 
D.L., October 20, 1836. 

DUCHESS OF KILLICRANKIE, THE. Skit. 
H. Fordwych. Terry's, April 13, 1904. 

DUCHESS OF SUFFOLK : HER LIFE, THE. 
Hist. P. Ihos. Druce. Pr. 1631. F. on history, 
and the story may be seen in both Fox's and 
Clark's Martyrology. 

DUCHESS OR NOTHING. Ca. 1 a. Walter 
Gordon. Olympic, July 9, 1860. 

DUCK HUNTING. F. 1 a. J. Stirling 
Coyne. Hay., September 29, 1862. 

DUCKS AND PEAS; OR, THE NEWCASTLE 
RIDER. F. 1 a. John Lund. Ac. at Ponte- 
fract. Pr. 1777. 

DUDE AND THE DANCING GIRL, THE. 
M. Sk. Chas. D. Steele and C. W. Forward. 
M. by E. W. Eyre. Brixton H., November 4, 
1893. 

DUE FOSCARI, I. O. Verdi. D.L. 

DUE GIORNATE, LE. 0. Cherubini, Paris, 
1800. 

DUE ILLUSTRE RIVALI (GLI). O. Mer- 
cadante. Barcelona, 1846. 

DUEL, THE. P. Wm. O'Brien, D.L.. 1772. 
Pr. 1773. Taken fr. Le Philo&ophe Sans le 
Sea voir of Sedaine. 

DUEL, THE. P. 3 a. H. Lavedan. Origin- 
ally prod. ComMie iFrancaiise, April 17, 1905. 
Garrick, April 23, 1907; Royalty, October 2, 
1907. 

DUEL; OR, MY TWO NEPHEWS, THE. F. 
2 a. R. B. Peake. C.G., February 18, 1823. 

DUEL IN THE DARK, A. F. 1 a. J. 

Stirling Coyne. Hay., January 31, 1852. 

DUEL IN THE SNOW. D. 3 a. E. Fitz- 
ball. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

DUELLIST, THE. C. Wm. Kenrick. C.G. 
Pr. November 20, 1773. Taken fr. Fielding's 
Amelia. 

DUELLISTS, THE. See Elopement of Mac- 
laren. 

DUENNA, THE. CO. 3 a. Richd. Brinsley 
Sheridan. C.G.,Feb. 21, 1775. Pr. 1744. Plot seems 
borrowed fr. II Filosofo di Campagna, fr. 
Moliere's Silicien, and fr. The Wonder of Mrs. 
Centlivre 

DUENNA, THE. CO. 3 a. Parody on Mr. 
Sheridan's P. Pr. 1776. Supposed author, 
Israel Pottinger. See The Governess. 

DUENNA, THE. CO. D.L., September 14, 
1815; Lyceum, September 2, 1815; D.L., 1823. 

DUET, A. C 1 a. A. Conan Doyle. Publ. 
by S. French, Ltd. 

DUFFER, THE. P. 4 a. Weedon Oros- 
smith. Comedy, August 21, 1905. 

DUKE, THE. P. James Shirley. Licensed, 
May 19, 1631. 



DUKE AND NO DUKE, A. F. N. Tate. 

Ac. by their Majesties' servants. Pr. 1685. 
Plot fr. TrappoUn Suppos'd a Prince. 

DUKE AND NO DUKE, A. Ent. in gro- 
tesque characters by Mr. Thurmond. 

DUKE AND NO DUKE, A. F. Wr. orig. by 
Sir Aston Cokaine, since rev. Pr. 1758. 

DUKE FOR A DAY; OR, THE TAILOR OF 

BRUSSELS, A. Ross Neil. Publ. 1874. 

DUKE HUMPHREY. T. Stationers' Co., 
June 29, 1660. Said to be by W. Shakespeare. 
Destroyed by Mr. Warburton's servant. 

DUKE IN DIFFICULTIES, A. C Tom Tay- 
lor. Hay., March 6, 1861. 

DUKE OF CO.DHAM, THE. M. melange. 
\Vi'. ibv F. Price. Hackney Empire, December 
2, 1907. 

DUKE OF FLORENCE, THE. T. MS. in 
library of Mr. Arthur Murphy. 

DUKE OF GUISE, THE. Henry Shirley. 
Stationers' Co., September 9, 1653. N.p. 

DUKE OF GUISE, THE. T. Dryden and 
Lee. T.R., December, 16S2. Pr. 1683. 

DUKE OF KILLICRANKIE. Rom. F. 3 a. 
Robert Marshall. Criterion, January 20, 1904. 

DUKE OF LERMA, THE. T. Sir Robt. 
Howard. Pr. 1068. 

DUKE OF MILAN, THE. T. 5 a. Philip 
Massinger. Blackfriars, 1638. Pr. 1623. Plot 
partly fr. Guicciardini, Book 8, and partly fr. 
Josephus's History of the Jews. D.L., March 9, 
1816. 

DUKE OF MILAN, THE. T.C Richd. Cum- 
berland. C.G., 1779. N.p. This piece consisted 
of Massinger's play and Fenton's Marianne. 

DUKE OF ROCHFORT, THE. T. By A 
Lady of Quality. Ac. at Edinburgh, 1799. 

DUKE OF ROTHSAY, THE. Saml. Mac- 
Arthur. Wr. 1764. Pr. 1780. N.ac. 

DUKE OF SAVOY; OR, WIFE AND MIS- 
TRESS, THE. P. Fredk. Reynolds. C.G., 
1817. 

DUKE OF SWINDLETON, THE. F.C. 3 a. 
Wm. Buniside. Op. Comique, June 11, 1885. 

DUKE OR NO DUKE; OR, TRAPOLIN'S 
VAGARIES. 2 a. Edm., 1761. 

DUKE'S BOAST, THE. P. 3 a. Adap. by 
II. Osborne Buckle fr. Mdlle. de Belle Isle, by 
A. Dumas jji'rc Avenue, March 21, 1889. 

DUKE'S COAT; OR, THE NIGHT AFTER 
WATERLOO, THE. Dr. anecdote. Lyceum 
Playbill, September 6, 1815. License refused; 
performance postponed. 

DUKES DAUGHTER, THE. Op. bo. 3a. 
G. M. Layton and L. Vasseur. Royalty, 
January 10, 1876. 

DUKE'S DAUGHTER, THE; OR, THE 
HUNCHBACK OF PARIS, THE. D. 3 a. and 
Pro. Dr. by Anicet Bourgeois and Feval fr. 
Feval's La Petite Parisien (Porte St. Martin, 
Paris, September 8, 1862). Lyceum, January 10, 
1863, as the Duke's Motto. 

DUKE'S DEVICE, THE Same as Duke's 
Motto. Olympic, September 30, 1876. 

DUKE'S DIVERSION, THE. 2 a. Planch^'s 
Follies of a Night, treated musically by Michael 
Dwyer. Lyrics by Geo. Mudie. W. Norwood 
Pub. H., May 21, 1892; ParUhurst, June 13, 
1892. 

DUKE'S MISTRESS, THE. T.C. James 
Shirley. Ac. at [irivate house in D.L., 163C. 
Pr. 1038. 

DUKE'S MOTTO, THE. Rom. P. John 
Brougham. Adap. fr. Le Bossii by Paul Feval. 
I.yriiim, January 10, 1863; March, 1867, 



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DUKE'S MOTTO, THE. D. New vtrs. by 
Justin Hiintly McCarthy. Biniiiiigham 11. T., 
August 31, 19U8: Lyric, September 8, Vim. 

DUKE'S MOTTO, THE. Aclaii. by Wood- 
Lawrcncf. 

DUKE'S MOTTO, THE. Sec Thv Uukf's 
Daughter, Duke's Device, The Motto, Motto on 
the Dul-e'n Creat. 

DUKE'S WAGER, THE. A. H. Slous. A 
versiou of Dumas's Mdlle. de Belie Isle. I'riii- 
cess's, June 4, 1851. 

DULCAMERA; OR, THE LITTLE DUCK 
AND THE GREAT QUACK. W. S. Gilbert. St. 
James's, December 29, 18(36. 

DULCIE DARENDA AFFAIR, THE. Sk. 
Harry Lowther. Bow Pal., April 13, 1908. 

DULVERYDOTTY. F. Mrs. Adams Acton. 
Ac. at her house at St. John's Wood, March 2, 
1894; Terry's. June 15, 1894. 

DUMAUR'ALISED TRILBY, A. Duol. 
Harold Cheverelles. M. by Jennie Franklin. 
St. Geo. H., December 0, 1895. 

DUMB BAWD, THE. Henry Shirley. Sta- 
tioners' Books, September 9, lC<fi. N.p. 

DUMB BELLE, THE. Ca. 
Bernard. Olympic, 1832. 

DUMB CAKE. THE. 1' 
comp. by A. S. Scott-Gattv. 
1907. 

DUMB CAKE: OK, THE REGIONS 
FANCY, THE. Pant. CO., 1787. 

DUMB CONSCRIPT; OR, A BROTHER'S 
LOVE AND A SISTER'S HONOUR, THE. D. 
2 a. H. P. Grattan. Astley's, 1835. 

DUMB FARCE, THE. Ent. in grotesque cha- 
racters by Mr. Thurmond. D.L., 1719. 

DUMB GUIDE OF THE TYROL. THE. Rom. 
D. 2 a. T. G. Blake. Adelphi, October 9, 
1837. 

DUMB KNIGHT, THE. Hist. C. Lewis 
Machin. Ac. by the Children of the Revels. 
I'r. 1C08. Plot fr. Bandello's Novels, and simi- 
lar to that in The Queen; or, The Excellency 
of Her Sex. 

DU.MB LADY: OR, THE FARRIER MADE 
PHYSICIAN, THE. C. John Lacv. Ac. at 
T.R. Pr. 1672. Plot fr. Moliere's Le Medecin 
Malgre Lui and his U Amour Medecin. 

DUMB MAID OF GENOA: OR, THE 
BANDIT MERCHANT, THE. Melo-d. 1 a. 
John Farrell. Bath, April 18, 1823. 

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DUMB SAVOYARD AND HIS MONKEY. 
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DUNBAR; OR, THE KING'S ADVOCATE. 
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DUNDREARY .MARKIJil) AND DONE FOR. 

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DUPES OF FANCY: OR, EVERY MAN HIS 
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Wm. 



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Dundee T.R., March 



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EDITH WEST. CD. 

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August 17, 1874. 

EIGHTEEN YEARS IN ONE HOUR. Oa. 
G. M. Layton. M. by Lecocq. Park, February 
15, 3875. 

EIGHTEiEINTH CENTURY, THE. Fant. P. 
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EILEEN ALANNAK; OR, THE OUTLAWS 
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Islington Myddleton H., September 5, 1903. 

EILEEN DHU. Irish D. Arr. by W. Gordon. 
Liverpool Sefton T., June 26, 1882. 



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TIIK FOSTEK 

. Eserton VVilks. 

City T., July 

EUy O'Connor. 
St. Geo. H., 



DER. 



D.L. 



5 a. G. Haiii)t- 
November 14, 



Pr. 1801. 



EILEEK 0GB: OR, DARK'S THE HOUR 
BEFORE THE DAWN. \t\A\ 1>. 4 a. Ed- 
miiiul Kalcoiier. rrimess's. June 29, 1R7]. 

EILY O'CONNOR. 1". -1 a. J. T. Haines. 
City T., October 29, IS.VJ. 

EILY O'CONNOR: Oli 
BROTHER. Dom. D. 2 a. T. 
Adaii. fr. Griffin's Colleyians. 
23, 1831. 

EILY O'CONNOR. See Miss 

EIN S.0HR.1TT \OiN WEGK 
January 27, 18%. 

EINiE I'ARTIE PIQUET. Op. Coniiciiie, Otto 
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FJlNGtE.BILI>E'DE KRAiNKE, 

July, KSf^i. 

EIXSAME MENSCHEN. D. 
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1904. 

EITHA AND AIDALLO. Dr. Poem. 
N.ac. 

EL CAPITAN. CO. Clias. Klein. M. by 
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October 30, 1899. 

EL DESDEN CON EL DESDEN. Moreto. 
Known to the German stage as Donna Diana. 
Introduced to the English stage in 1S64 by a 
ver. of Westland Marston's. 

EL FLAMBO. Britaiirja, December 27, 1875. 

EL HYDER, THE CHIEF OF THE GHANT 
MOUNTAINS. 2 a. Wm. Barrymore. Coburg, 
November 9. 1818. 

EL MAHDI : OR, THE FALSE PROPHET OF 
THE SOUDAN. D. Gt. Grimsby T.R., March 
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ELAINE. P. 1 a. Rovston Keith. Kil- 
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ELAINE 0. 4 a. Lib. bv P. Farrier (in 
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ELBOW ROOM &TO'R.IES. See Bahij. 

ELDER BROTHER, THE. C. John 
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the second Beaumont's is also given. Gibber's 
Love Makes a Man, borrowed fr. this play, 
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1S45 (a mat.). 

ELDER BROTHER; OR. LOVE AT FIRST 
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ELDER MISS BLOSSOM, THE. C. 3 a. 
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September 22, 1898; September 16, 1901. 

ELDERS, THE. Ascr. to Henry Man. C.G., 
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ELDORADO. Folie Musicale. H. B. 
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ELDRED; OR, THE BRITISH 
HOLDER. T. John Jackson. Edinhurc 



Farnie. 

FREE- 
jh T.R.. 

February 19, 1774; Hay., July 7, 1775. Pr. 
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ELEANOR. P. 4 a. Mrs. Humphry Ward. 
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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. Dramatisation of 
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ELECTION, THE. C. 3 a. Anon. Pr. 1749. 

ELECTION, THE. M. Int. Miles Peter 
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ELECTION, THE. Ent. 2 a. Richd. Cum- 
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a clergyman 
Pr. 1784. 
Baillie Pr. 



Mi88 



ELECTION, THE. Int. '/ by 
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ELECTION, THE. C. Joanna 
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ELECTION, THE. O. 
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(KLKCTION; OR. THE 
DATES, THE O. Ent. 
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ELECTION NOTES. M. Sk. Coriiey Grain. 
November 9, 1885. 

OF MANAGERS. THE. Prel. 
Hay., June 2, 1784. N.p. 

T. By C. W. (Christopher 
1649. Transl. fr. Sophocles; also 



Altered fr. 
June 7. 1817. 
•: RIVVL C\M:i|- 
D.L. (first time for 



St. Geo. H. 

ELECTION 
Geo. Colman 

ELECTRA. 
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Geo. Adams. Pr. 1729. Dr. T. Franklin. Pr. 
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E'LIEIC'TRA. T. 1 a. F. on Che okl Gre '< 
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ELECTRA IN A NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT. 
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ELECTRIC MAN, THE. F 3 a. C. Han- 
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ELECTRIC SPARK, THE. Op. F. C. F. 
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THE. Ca. Elizabeth 
Pailleron's L'Etincelle. 



Pidgin and Chas. D. 
America. Manchester 

FLECTRIC SPARK, 

Bessie. Adap. fr. 
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ELECTROPHOBIA. 
Chester Prince's H 
ELEONORA. O. 



Ca. H. J. Divon. Man 

March 'iO, 1898 (an n,t.). 
Paer. (1771-1839.) 

THE. Indiiin Spec 



ELEPHANT OF SIAM, 
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ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT: AN UN 
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ELEVENTH DAY, THE. C. D.L., July 20, 
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ELEVENTH HOUR, THE. D. 4 a. Ronald 
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Julv 18. 1896. (C.P.) Birmingham Prince of 
Wales', September 14, 1896. 

ELEVENTH OF JUNE; OR, THE DAGGER- 
WOODS AT DUNSTABLE, THE. F. John 
3'Keeffe. D.L., June 5, 1798. N.p. A Sequel 
to Sylvester Daggerwood. 

ELFIANA; OR, THE WITCH OF THE 
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ELFIE; OR, THE CHERRY TREE INN. 0. 
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ELFIN TREE, THE. Oa. Peyton Wray. M. 
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ELFIN WELL, THE. Oa. 1 a. Bingham 
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ELFINELLA; OR, IIO.MR FROM FAIRY- 
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1878. 

ELFRID. T. Jackson. Hay., 1775. 



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ELFRIP: OR, THE FAIR INCONSTANT. 

T. Aaron Hill. D.L., January 3, 1710. Tr. 
circ. 1710. Rewritten by the author and ac. 
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ELFRIDA. Dr. poem. W. jMason. I'r. 17<r)2. 
.\lt. for the stage by Colman in 1772 and by 
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and 1776. 

ELI. Orat. Michael Costa. Birmingham 
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ELIGIBLE BACHELOR, AN. Ca. 1 a. 
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ELIGIBLE VILLA, AN. Oa. M. by Gaste- 
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EL1.JAH. Orat. Dupiiis. 1789. 

K'LIJiA'H. Orat. Mendelsrxrhn. W'r. for Bir- 
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ELIJAH RAISING THE WIDOW'S SON. 
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ELISA; OR, LE VOYAGE AU MONTE BER- 
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ELISA E CLAUDIO. 0. Mercadante. Milan, 
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ELISABETH. 0. Donizetti. Paris, 1853. 

ELISABETTA REGINA D'INGHILTERRA 
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iIOLLSiHA. 0. Dr. Arnold (his last 0.). Prcd. 
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ELISINA. Melo-d. C. M. Klanert. Adap. 
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ELISIR D'AMORE, L'. O. 2 a. 
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ELIXIR OF LIFE, THE. D. 3 a. 
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ELIXIR OF LOVE, THE. O. 2 a. 
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ELIXIR OF YOUTH, THE. F.C. 
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ELIZA. M. Ent. Richd. Rolt. Pr. 1754. M. 
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ELIZA. Serenata. 3 a. Alt. fr. the 0. of 
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ELIZABETH; OR. THE DON, THE DUCK, 
THE DRAKE, AND THE INVINCIBLE 
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ELIZABETH, (JUEEN OF ENGLAND. D. 
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Liverpool Amphi., June 14, 1869; Lyceum, 
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ELIZABETH STOREY, THE BRAVE LASS 
OF HALTWHISTLE. D. Sydney Davis. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne T.R., May 4, 1868. 

ELIZABETH. See EUsnbeth. 

ELLA. See .miu. 

ELLA ROSENBERG. Melo-d. 2 a. James 
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ELLA'S APOLOGY. D. 1 a. Alfred Sutro. 
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ELL.^LINE Duol. Piud. anonymously. 
ClikcnwcU Fore.-^tcrs' II., June 3, IbOO. 



Lib., Ro- 
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The Loce 

l^'.39. See 

G. Con- 

Adap. fr. 
H. Rey- 

3 a. G. 

on the 
Kraatz. 



ELLEN; OR, LOVE'S CUNNING. C. r, a. 
W. G. Will.. Hay., April 14, 1879. Afterwards 
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ELLEN WAREHAM. D. 2 a. J. B. Buck- 
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ELLEN WAREHAM, THE WIFE OF TWO 
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ELLIE BRANDON; OR, REVENGE \ND 
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ELLINDA; OR, THE ABBEY OF ST. AU- 
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ISOO. N.p. 

ELMERICK; OR, JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT. 
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1740. 

EI MINE; OR, MOTHER AND SON. D. 
A C. Jones. West Hartlepool T.R., April 9. 
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ELMIRA. Dr. poem. Edward Stanley. Pr. 
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ELOISA. T. Fredk. Reynolds. C.G.. Decem- 
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ELOPED ; OR, BABES AND BEETLES. .See 
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ELOPEMENT, THE F. Wm. Havard. 
D.L., April 6, 1703. N.p. 

ELOPEMENT, THE. Pant. Ent. Anon. 
D.L., 1767. 

ELOPEMENT. C 2 a. H. A. Jones. Ox- 
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ELOPEMENT: OR, CAUTION TO YOUNG 
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ELOPEMENT OF ELSIE, THE. F.C. a. 

Austin Fryers. Harrogate O.H , May 22, 1905. 

ELOPEMENTS IN HIGH LIFE. C. 5 a. 
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ELO(JUE,NT D'BMPS'EY, TMiE. ('. 3 a. W;-. 
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J.-nviiary 20, 190(). 

ELPHI BEY; OR, THE ARAB'S FAITH. 
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D.L., April 17, 1817. 

ELSA DENE. D. 4 a. A. C. Calmour. 
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ELSA'S HAND; OR, THE SQUIRE AND 
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ELSIE. D. 1 a. F. Broughton. Globe, 
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ELSIE'S RIVAL. Sk. 1 a. Dora V. Greet 
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ELVES; OR, THE STATUE BRIDE, THE. | 
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ELVIRA. T. D. Mallet. D.L., January 19. 
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ELVIRA: OR, THE WORST NOT ALWAYS 
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es Cierto. Mrs. Centlivre seems to have bor- 
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1667. 

BLWINA T. M. Fitzgerald. Dublin T.R., 
1792. 

ELYSIUM. Prel. Ac. on Her Majesty's 
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E.MBARKATION. M. Ent. Andrew Frank- 
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Songs ()nl.\ Pr. 179:). 



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EMBARRASSED HUSBAND; OR, LOVE 
AND UONOUR REWARDED. C. Pr. 1785-7. 

EMBASSY, THE. P. 3 a. J. K. I'laucli^. 
Adap. fr. the French. C.G., March 22, 1841. 

EMBLEMATICAL TRIBUTE IN HONOUR 
OE HER MAJESTY'S NUPTIALS, AN. M. by 
G. Alex. Macfarreu. D.L., February 10, 1840. 

EMERALD ISLE; OR, THE CAVES OF 
CARRIE CLEENA, THE. CO. 2 a. Basil 
Hood. M. by Arthur Sullivan and E. German. 
Savoy, April 27, 1901. 

EMERALD QUEEN. THE. D. W. Travers. 
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EMIGRANT IN LONDON, THE. D. 5 a. 

"By an Emigrant." Pr. 1795. ^N.ac. 

EMIGRANT'S DAUGHTER, THE. D. 1 a. 
R. J. Raymond. Eng. O.H., August 8, 1838. 

B.MIGiRANT'S PROGRiEiSiS, THIE. City of 
London, October 4, 1852. 

EMIGRATION. Irish D. Barry Connor. 
Dublin Queen s, July 13, 1880. 

EMIGRATION. Irish D. 4 a. Hubert 
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KMiGRE, L'. P. 4 a. Paul Bourget. (Orig. 
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ElMiIGKBE'iS DAUGH'TIER. \Ia\.. July 18, 

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EMILIA. T.C Anon. Pr. 1672. Sur- 
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Aureli. 

EMILIA. T. Mark Anthony Meillan. Pr. 
circa 1771. 

EMILIA GALOTTI. T. Transl. fr. the Ger- 
man of Lessing. D.L., October 28, 1794. N.p. 
Founded on a story similar to that of Appius 
and Virginia. 

EMILIA GALOTTI. T. Transl. fr. the Ger- 
man of Gotthold Ephraim Lessing by B 
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EMILY. D. 4 a. G. Hamilton. Albion, 
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iiWi^\ ^'- 1 '^- Maiigaret M. Mack. 
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JiiMlLV. See EnVIt/. 

EMrLY ; OR JUVENILE INDISCRETION. 
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r.nw^^^ni'J^''^^^' ™E REVOLT OF MOS- 
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T ^Y^}'- I ^--r. ^^'-'l'- T. 0. Warren and B. 
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EM'LY; OR, THE ARK ON THE SANDS. 
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EMMA. D. On the model of the Greek T. 
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EMMA. O. Cavazza. (Bologna, 1877.) 

EMMA. C. 3a. By "A. M." Brighton 
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BMiMA VOX LEICEiSTiER. 0. M. by Meyer- 
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EMPEXOS DE SELS HOiRAS. L08. See 
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EMPEROR OOMMA-NDS, THE. M. Ca. 
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EMPEROR OF THE EAST, THE. T.C. 
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EMPEROR OF THE MOON, THi). F. Mrs. 
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Orig. transl. fr. the Italian. A dialogue pant?, 
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EMPEROR'S DIVORCE, AN. Scena. Arthur 
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EMPERORS LEGACY, AN. Hist. D. Pro. 
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EMPEROR'S ROMANCE, AN. P. 4 a Robt. 
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EiMPlRlE OF AMBITION, THE. R<rm.n. 4 ;i. 
Gordon Holmes. West Bromwie'h Royal, 
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ENri'lIRi;:'. TBE. a Droll out of Ben Jon- 
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EMPIRICK, THE. P. Thos. Horde, jun. 
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EMPRESS AND NO EMPRESS: OR, MR. 
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EMPRESS OF MOROCCO, THE. T. Elka- 
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EMPRESS OF MOROCCO, THE. F. A burL 
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Ei.MPTY CRADLE, THE. Do.D. 4 a. St. 
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EMPTY STOCKING, AN. P. 1 a. F. Wright, 
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EN BALLON; OR, THE ASCENT OF PRlll- 
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EN ROUTE. M. Sk. Corney Grain. St. Geo. 
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EN ROUTE. M.C. 2 a. Cecil Maxwell. M. 
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EN VOYAGE. Petite C. Lewis Coen. Vaude- 
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ENCHANTED BARBER, THE. Panto. Bros 
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ENCHANTED BEANS, THE. Extrav. Free- 
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ENCHANTED CASTLE, THE. Panto. An- 
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ENCHANTED CASTLE, THE. T. F. Hol- 
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ENCHANTED COURSER; OR, THE SUL- 
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ENCHANTED DOVE. Panto. Britannia, De- 
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ENCHANTED FOREST, THE. Burl. C. Dance. 
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ENCHANTED FOUNTAIN, THE. Fairy P 
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ENCHANTED GARDEN, THE. Ballet Div 
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ENCHANTED HARP; OR, HARLEQUIN 
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ENCHANTED HIVE, THE. Playlet. David 
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ENCHANTED HORSE, TEE. Burl. A. 
Smith and T. Taylor. Lyceum, December 26, 
1845. 

ENCHANTED ISLAND, THE. M.E. Wr. 
" by a lady," Ac. at Dublin, 1785. N.p. 

ENCHANTED ISLAND, THE. Dr. Ballet. 
John Fawcett. Hay., June 20, 1804. F. on 
Shal<espeare's Temj^est. 

ENCHANTED ISLAND, THE. CO. 1 a. 
R. H. 0. Bloor. M. by Richd. N. Walthew. 
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ENCHANTED ISLAND (OR ISLE), THE. 
Travesty of The Tempest. Wm. and Robert 
Brough. Liverpool Amphi., 1848. Adelphi, 
Novemlber 20, 1848; rev. in 18(30. 

ENCHANTED ISLAND; OR, FREE-BORN 
ENGLISHWOMAN. M.E. Mrs. Robertson. 1790. 
ENCHANTED LOVERS, THE. Past. Sir V/. 
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ENCHANTED LUTE, THE. Announced April 
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ENCHANTED MAID, THE. Oa. H. Byam 
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March 31, 1882. 

ENCHANTED ORANGE TREE, THE. Ex- 
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ENCHANTED PRINCE, THE. Pant. J. 
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ENCHANTED ROSE, THE. P. 1 a. E. 
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ENCHANTED TOWER, THE. Fairy Extrav. 
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ENCHANTED WOOD, THE. Legendary D. 
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1792. Ideas taken fr. Parneil's Fairy Tale 
in the Ancient Style, The Tempest, and The 
Midsummer Night's Dream. 

ENCHANTED WOOD; OR, THE THREE 
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J. Byron. Adelphi, May 4, 1870. F. on the 
German legend, " The Three Sisters," by Muea- 
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four, Eliz. Strode, ami J. Condurier. St. 



Jamc 



Juii 



1005. 



FADED FLOWERS. P. 
kett. Hay., April 6, ls7: 

19, 1895. 



1 a. .\rt)iur k Bec- 
; Garrick, January 



KADETTE. n. 3 a. M. b\ M.nllart. Euiz. 
\cr. by W. Grist. Liverpool K. Court (first 
[lerf. in Eng.), January 18, 1880. 

FADETTE; OR. THE GOLDEN GADFLY. 
D. T. L. Greenwood. Rochdale P.O.W., Octo- 
ber 9, 1871. 

FADOROUGH AND THE BLACK PROPHET. 
D. 4 a. H. J. Stanley. Liverpool Adelphi, 
July 4, 1808. 

FAERY PASTORALE; OR, FORREST OF 
ELVES, THE. \Vm. Percy. IGOl. 

FAGGOT-BINDER; OR. THE MOCK DOC- 
TOR, THE. C Transl. fr. Moliere by Foote. 
Pr. 1762. 

FAGIN. An ICpis. reprod. in a new ver. fr. 
Oliver 'ficist. Brixton Empreas, October 28, 
1907. 

FAIGALE. P. (in Yiddish). N. Rackow. 
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FAINT HEART NEVER WON FAIR LADY. 
Ca. 1 a. J. R. Planche. Olympic, February 28. 
1839; D.L., April 11, 1853. 

FAINT HEART NEVER WON FAIR LADY 
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FAINT HEART WHICH DID WIN A FAIR 
LADY, A. C 1 a. J. P. Wooler. Strand, 
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FAIR, THE. Panto. Ent. Ascr. to Rich. 
CG., 1750; rev. 1752. 

FAIR AMERICAN, THE. CO. F. Pilon. .M. 
by Carter. D.L., May 18, 1782. Pr. 1785. 

FAIR ANCHORESS OF PAUSILIPPO, THE. 
C. Massinger. Ac. by King's Co., January 26, 
1640. 

FAIR AND FOUL WEATHER. J. Taylor. 
Hyde's Cata. of the Bodleian Library. 1715. 

FAIR AND SQUARE. D. 5 a. Alexander 
B Bele. Barnsley T.R., September 7, 1888. 

FAIR APOSTATE, THE. T. A. M'Donald. 
Pr. 1791. N.ac. 

FAIR BARGAIN, A. F.C la. G. Harley. 
Adap. fr. the French. Whaley Bridge 
Mechanics' Inst., September 7, 1894. 

FAIR BIGAMIST, A. P. 4 a. U. Burford. 
Royalty, September 20, 1888. 

FAIR CAPTIVE. THE. J'. L.I.F., 1720. 
Ascr. to John Gay by Thos. Wliiucop. (?)Same 
as Mrs. Heywood's T. 

FAIR CAPTIVE. THE. T. L.I.F., March 4, 
1721. Pr. 1721. Orig. wr. by Capt. Hurst and 
rewritten by Mrs. Heywood. 

FAIR CHEATING; OR, THE WISE ONES 
OUTWITTED. M.F. M. by Parry. IJ.L., June 
15, 1814. 

FAIR CIRCASSIAN, THE. Dr. perf. Dr. 
Samuel Cro.xall. Pr. 1720. A versification of 
the " Song of Solomon." 

FAIR CIRCASSIAN, THE. T. S. J. Pratt, 
f. on Hawkesworth's "' Almoran and Hamet." 
D.L., November 27, 1781. Pr. 1781. 

FAIR CIRCASSIAN; OR, THE CHEVALIER, 
THE COUNT, AND THE ITALIAN, THE. D. 
2 a. C. H. Hazlewood. Britannia, November 
25, 1872. 

FAIR CONQUEST, A. Dr. Episode. 1 a. A. 
E. Drinkwater. Gt. Grimsby P.O.W., July IS, 
1.S87. 

FAIR CONSTANCE OF ROME. P. 2 parts. 
Anthony Munday. in conj. with Hathwaye. 
Drajton, and Dekker. Ac. IGOO. N.p. 



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FAIR CRUSADER, THE. O. 3 a. Pr. 1815. 
? N.ac. 

FAIR DECEIVERS. Ca. Can- Church. East- 
bourne Town H., August 23, 1893. 

FAIR EMM, THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER 
OF MANCHESTER, WITH THE LOVE OK 
WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR. C. Ac. by 
Lord Strange's servants. Pr. 1631. 

FAIR ENCOUNTER, A. Adapt, fr. Les 
SouUers de Bal by Octave Gastineau. Pans 
(Th. du Gymnase Dramatique), July, 1868. 

FAIR ENCOUNTER, A. Ca. 1 a. Fr. the 
French. Chas. Marsham Rae. Hay., January 
SO, 1875. 

FAIR EQUESTRIENNE; OR, THE CIRCUK 
RIDER, A. Mus. trifle. 1 a. Adap. by Has 
lingden Russell fr. Pfahl's Die Kunstreiterin 
Bristol Prince's, March 14, 1890; Trafalgar 
Square, March 8,' 1893. 

FAIR EXAMPLE ; OR, THE MODISH CITI 
ZEN, THE. C. R. Estcourt. D.L. Pr. 1706 
L.I.F., October 17, 1717. 

FAIR EXCHANGE, A. Ca. 1 a. Montagu 
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fAiR FAME. D. 4 a. J. T. Day. Longton 
T.R., August 8, 1884; Kilburu Town H., Feb- 
ruary 5, 1885. 

FAIR FAVOURITE, THE. T.C. Sir W 
Davenant. 1673. Lie. 1638. Pr. 1673. 

FAIR FRANCE. D. 4 a. West Digges 
Queen's, April 18, 1874. 

FAIR FUGITIVES. Mus. Ent. Miss Anna 
Maria Porter. C.G., May 16, 1803. M. by Dr. 
Busby. N.p. 

FAIR GABRIELLE, THE. Oa. M. by Bar 
ham Livins. Lyceum, September 5, 1822. 

FAIR GAME; OR, FIRST OF OCTOBER. F 
2 a. Bate Dudley. C.G., December 21, 1813. 

FAIR HIBERNIAN, THE. T. Anthony 
Davidson. N.ac. 

FAIR LADY. C. Transl. fr. La Dama 
Duende of Calderon. Pr. 1807. 

FAIR MAID OF BRISTOL, THE. C. Ac 
before K. and Q. at Hampton Court. Pr. 1605. 

FAIR MAID OF CLIFTON, THE. Extrav. 
F. R. Goodyer. Nottingham T.R., March 30, 
1872. 

FAIR MAID OF ITALY, THE. P. Ac. by 
Earl of Sussex's men, January 12, 1593. 

FAIR MAID OF LONDON, THE. Anon. Lie 
1598. 

FAIR MAID OF PERTH ; OR, THE BATTLE 
OF THE INCH, THE. Hist. D. 3 a. H. M. 
Milner and T. Lacy. F. on Sir W. Scott's 
novel. Coburg, June 23, 1828. 

FAIR MAID OF THE EXCHANGE, THE 
C. Thos. Heywood. Pr. 1607. 

FAIR MAID OF THE INN, THE. T.C. Beau 
mont and Fletcher. Possibly by Fletcher only 
Ac. 1626. Pr. 1047. 

FAIR MAID OF THE WEST; OR, A GIRL 
WORTH GOLD, THE. C. 2 parts. Thos. Hey- 
wood. Ac. and circa 1617, and before the K. 
and Q. 1631. Pr. 1631. See A Girl Worth Gold. 

FAIR OF ST. GERMAIN, THE. F. John 
Ozell. Transl. of Boursault's Foire de St. Ger- 
mains. L.I.F. Pr. 1718. 

FAIR ONE WITH THE GOLDEN LOCKS. 
THE. Fairy Spec. 1 a. J. R. Planch^. Hay., 
December 26, 1843; Marylebone, October, 1853; 
Sadler's Wells, April, 1857; Adelphi, 1859. 

FAIR ORPHAN, THE. CO. 3 a. Ac. at 
Lynn. Pr. 1771. 

FAIR PARRICIDE, THE. T. 3 a. Anon. 
Pr. circa 1752. N.ac. 



FAIR PARRICIDE, THE. P. Crane. 17C1. 

FAIR PENITENT, THE. T. 5 a. Nicholas 
Rowe. Suggested by Massinger's Fatal Dowry. 
L.I.F. Pr. 1703. D.L., November 15, 1814. 

FAIR PLAY. Melo-d. 5 a. C. Crozier and 
Percy Milton. Bradford Prince's, May 6, 1889. 

FAIR PRETENDER, A. CD. 2 a. J. Pal- 
grave Simpson. P.O.W., May 10, 1865. 

FAIR PRINCESS, THE. Burl. Wr. and 
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cember 20, 1886. 

FAIR QUAKER; OR, THE HUMOURS OF 
THE NAVY, THE. C Capt. Edward Thomp- 
son. D.L., November 10, 1773. Pr. 1773. 

FAIR QUAKER OF DEAL: OR, THE 
HUMOURS OF THE NAVY, THE. C C 
Shadwell. Pr. 1710. B.L., 1714; CG., April 
13, 1748. 

FAIR QUARREL, A. C T. Middleton and 
W. Rowley. Pr. 1617. Ac. before the K. by 
the Prince's servants. 

FAIR REFUGEE; OR, THE RIVAL JEWS, 
THE. C Hay., 1785. N.p. 

FAIR RIVALS, THE. T. 3 a. John Hewitt. 
Ac. at Bath. Pr. 1729. 

FAIR ROSAMOND. D. 3 a. Saville. West 
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FAIR ROSAMOND. Hist. 0. 4 a. M. by J. 
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FAIR ROSAMOND. P. Michael Field. Pr. 
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FAIR ROSAMOND. Past). Prol. and 3 a. E. 
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FAIR ROSAMOND. Hist. D. 4 a. Brandon 
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FAIR ROSAMOND. See Fayre Rosamond. 

FAIR ROSAMOND ; OR, THE DAYS OF THE 
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FAIR ROSAMOND; OR, THE MAZE, THE 
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C. Burnand. Olympic, April 21, 1862. 

FAIR ROSAMOND, ACCORDING TO THE 
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Sadler's Wells, 1838. 

FAIR ROSAMOND'S BOWER; OR. THE 
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FAIR SINNER, A. P. 5 a. G. W. Apple- 
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FAIR SINNERS; OR, DESPERATE WOMEN. 

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FAIR SPANISH CAPTIVE, THE. T.C. Circa. 
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FAIR STAR OF ANTWERP. P. Mentioned 
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FAIR WOMEN AND BRAVE MEN. P. 4 a. 
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1898. 

FAIR WORDS AND FOUL DEEDS. D. 3 a. 
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FAIR, ETC See Fayre. 

FAIRIES, THE. 0. David Garrick, fr. Mid- 
summer Night's Dream. M. by Mr. Smith. 
D.L. Fel)ruary 3, 1775. Pr. 17.55. 

FAIRIES' HAUNT, THE. Ballet Div. D.L., 
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FAIRIKS' IIRVKLS; OR, LOVE IN THE 
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IWIULEIGH'S BIUTHKIGIIT. D. 3 :i. G. 
Peeh Britannia, August 20, lisTS. 

FAIRLY CAUGHT. Ca. 1 a. Geo. D. Day. 
Paikliui-st, May 23, 1892. 

FAIRLY FOILED. D. 4 a. Oswald Allan. 
Grecian, May 29, 1871. 

FAIRLY' HIT AND FAIRLY MISSED. F. 
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FAIRLY PUZZLED. V. Oliver Brand. M. 
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FAIRY AND THE FAWN, THE. Panto. 
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FAIRY BENISON, THE. Int. Rev. Samuel 
Bishop. Designed for C.G., but rejected. Wr. 
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FAIRY BLOSSOM. Fairy P. 1 a. F. D. 
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FAIRY CIRCLE. Adeliihi, July T), 18.'i7. 

FAIRY COURT, THE. Int. Francis Gentle- 
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FAIRY FAVOUR, THE. Masque. Thos. 
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FAIRY FAVOUR; OR, HARLEQUIN ANI- 
MATED, THE Panto. Wrighten. D.L., 
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FAIRY FESTIVAL, THE. Masque. D.L., 
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FAIRY GLEN. O. Oliver Brand. M. by P. 

von iugginer. St. Geo. H.. April 22, 1SS4. 

PAIRY GODFATHER, TH,E. P. 1 a. L. C. 
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FAIRY HILL; OR, MAY DAY. Pastl. 0. 
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FAIRY KNIGHT, THE. A P. stated to have 
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FAIRY LAKE, THE. M. Rom. Adapt, by 
Alex. Lee, fr. 0. of Le Lac des Fees. M. by 
Auber Harold, Marschner, and Mtrcadante. 
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FAIRY MADGE. Dr. Sk. 1 a. Claude Tre- 
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FAIRY MASQUE, THE. A masque prod, at 
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FAIRY OAK, THE. Rom. O. M. by Henry 
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FAIRY OP THE LAKE, THE. Jolm Thel- 
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FAIRY PRINCE, A. P. Cyril Clayton. 
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FAIRY PRINCE, THE. Ma.sque. Geo. Col- 
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FAIRY QUEEN. See Epic Poems. 

FAIRY QUEEN, THE. P. Destroyed by Mr. 
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FAIRY QUEEN, THE. O. Anon. Hay. Pr. 
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FAIRY RING, THE. Burl. Bristol T.R., 
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FAIRY TALE, THE. Dr. Perf. Geo. Col- 
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FAIRY TALES OF MOTHER GOOSE. THE. 
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FAIRY. See Fucru- 

FAIRY'S DILEM.MA. THE. Doni. Panto. 
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FAIRY'S FATHER, A. Dr. Sk. la. C. 8. 

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FAIRY'S POST BOX, THE. CO. la. Pal- 

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FAIRYLAND. Fairy Extrav. 1 a. Alfred 
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FAITH. C. 1 a. J. ,H. Lofting. (Perf. by 
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1900. 

FAITH; OR, A WIFE AND A MOTHER. 
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FAITH; OR, EDDICATION AND RIGHTS. 

CD. 3 a. John Lart. Gaiety, August 27, 1884. 

FAITH AND FALSEHOOD; OR, THE FATE 
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FAITH AND HOPE. D. 4 a. Jas. Rodway. 
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FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY; OR. 
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FAITH UNDER PERIL. D. H. Abel, 
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FAITH'S FRAUD. T. 5 a. R. Landor. 
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FAITHFUL BRIDE OF GRANADA, THE. 
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FAITHFUL FRIEND. A. D. 4 a. L. Gil- 
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FAITHFUL FRIENDS, THE. C Beaumont 
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1600. N.p. 

FAITHFUL GENERAL, THE. T. By a lady 
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FAITHFUL HEART, THE. D. 4 a. R. Pal- 
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FAITHFUL IRISHMAN, THE. See The 
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FAITHFUL IRISHWOMAN, THE. F. Mrs. 
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FAITHFUL JAMES. F.C 1 a. B. C 
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1889; Ealing Lyric H., November 10, 1889; 
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FAITHFUL PAIR; OR, VIRTUE IN DIS- 
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FAITHFUL SERVANT, THE. See The 
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FAITHFUL SHEPHERD, THE. Past. C. 
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FAITHFUL SHEPHERD, THE. Past. T.C 
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FAITHFUL SHEPHERD, THE. D. Past. 
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FAITHFUL SHEPHERDESS, THE. Dram. 
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1633. Rev. Wimbledon, Cannizaro Woods, 
1885, and Botanic Gardens, Reg. Pk., Julv 6, 
1903. 

FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. D. E.. New- 
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FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. D. E M. j 
Robson and Edwd. Compton. Bristol New I.K., i 
September 2, 1S81. j 

FAITHLESS FRIENDS. D. Victoria, June 
11. \S21. 

FAITHLESS WIFE, THE. D. 4 a. Mrs. S. 
Lane. Britannia, April 15, 1876. 

FALCON, THE. P. 1 a. Alfred Tennyson. 
St. James's, December 18, 1879. 

FALCOXIERE, IL. 0. Benventuo. Venice, 

'fALKA. Op. C. 3 a. H. B. Farnie Ada? 
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FALL BABYLON'S, DER. 0. Sophr. April 
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FALL OF ^GYPT, THE. Or. Hawltes- 
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FALL OF ALGIERS, THE. O. M. by 
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FALL OF BOB; OR, THE ORACLE OF GIN, 
THE. T. Timothy Scruli (John Kelly). «a\., 
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FALL OF CARTHAGE, THE. Hist. T. 
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FALL OF CARTHAGE, THE. T. Wm. 
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FALL OF CARTHAGE, THE. T. John 
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FALL OF EGYPT, THE. Or. Wainwright. 
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FALL OF HAROLD. THE. "A Chaunt fr. 
Dr Rom. bv Pearce preparmg for C.G.. by 
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FALL OF JERUSALEM, THE. Dr. Poem. 
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FALL OF JERUSALEM, THE. Hebre\\ 0. 
f, a Latiner. Standard, November 16, 189o. 
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FALL OF KHARTOUM. THE. D. Durham 
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F\LL OF MARTINICO: OR, BRITANNIA 
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FALL OF MILAN, THE. T. Hay., 1724. 
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FALL OF MORTIMER, THE. Hist. p. A 
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FALL OF MORTIMER, THE. Hist. p. A 
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FALL OF MORTIMER. THE. T. Rt. Hon. 
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F\LL OF PHAETON, THE. Intermixed 
■with a panto, called Harlequin Restored; or. 
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FALL OF PORTUGAL; OR. THE ROYAL 
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Peter Pindar). Pr. 1808. N.ac. 

FALL OF PUBLIC SPIRIT, THE. Dram. 
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FALL OF ROBESPIERRE, THE. Hist. D. 
S. T. Coleridge. Pr. 1794. 

FALL OF SAGUNiUM, THE. T. Phillip 
Frowde. L.I.F., January 16, 1727. Pr. 1727. 

FALL OF TARQUIN; OR, THE DIS- 
TRESSED LOVERS, THE. T. Ac. by the D. 
of Norfolk's servants at Merchant Taylors' 
H. in Y©rk. Wr. by a gentleman of York. 
Pr. 1718. 



FALL OF TARQUIN. THE. T. Wm. Hunt. 
Pr. 1713. Anotlier edition of foregoing. N. ac. 
or pr. anywhere but at York. 

FALL OF TARQUIN, THE. See Brutus. 

FALL OF THE EARL OF ESSEX, THE. 
T. John Ralph. An alt. fr. Bankes's The 
Unhappy Favourite. Goodman's Felds T., 
February 1, 1731. Pr. 1731. 

FALL OF THE FRENCH MONARCHY; OR, 
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Bartliolomew. Pr. 1794. 

FALL OF THE LEAF, THE. P. 2 a. R. C. 
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FALL OF THE MOGUL, THE. T. Rev. T. 
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FALLACY; OR. THE TROUBLES OF 
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6,869. 

FALLEN AMONG THIEVES. D. Pro. and 
4 a. W. E. Morton. Eleph. and C, March 10, 
1888. 

FALLEN AMONG THIEVES. D. r, a. 
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FALLEN AMONG THIEVES. See From 
Father to Son. 

FALLEN ANGEL, THE. Sk. 1 sc. Mark 
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FALLING STAR. A. Cant. R. Henry. M. 
by Algernon Lindo. Steinwav H., July 4, 
1893. 

FALLS OF CLYDE; OR. THE FAIRIES, 
THE. Dram. Past. 5 a. Ac. at Edinburgh. 
Pr. 1806. 

FALLS OF THE CLYDE, THE. Melo-d. 2 
a. Geo. Soane. M. by Cooke. D.L., October 
19, 1817. 

FALSACAPPA. Op. bo. M. by Offenbach. 
Eng. ver., fr. the French of Meilhac and 
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Globe, April 22, 1871. 

FALSE ACCUSATION: OR, WHILE 
THERE'S LIFE THERE'S HOPE, THE. D. 
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FALSE ALARM. A. F. 1 a. Alt. Young. 
Holborn, October 5, 1872. 

FALSE ALARMS; OR, MY COUSIN. CO. 
3 a. Jamea Kenney. D.L., January 12, 1807; 
Lyceum, August 27, 1810. 

FALSE AND CONSTANT. C. 2 a. Joseph 
Lunn. Tottenham St. Th., November 23, 1829. 

FALSE AND TRUE; OR, THE IRISHMAN 
IN ITALY. M.C. 2 a. Rev. Moultrie. M. by 
Dr. Arnold. Hay., August 11, 1798; D.L., June 
10, 1810; Rev., CO., 1842. 

FALSE APPEARANCES. C. Fr. Boissey's 

Dehors Trompeurs by General Conway. 

Epilogue wr. bv General Burgovne. D.L., 
April 20, 1789. Pr. 1789. 

FALSE CARDS. D. Augusta Creamer. 
Bury AthenoBum H., January 11, 1873. 

FALSE COLOURS. C. Edward Morris. 
Ac. bv D.L. Co. at the O.H. in the Hav., April 
3, 1793. Pr. 1793. 

FALSE COLOURS. Ca. G. F. Pass. Royalty, 
October 8, 1881. 

FALSE COLOURS; OR, THE FREE 
TRADER. Nautical D. 2 a. Edwd. Fitz- 
ball. C.G., March 4, 1837. 

FALSE CONCORD. F. Rev. James Town- 
ley. C.G., March 20, 17C4. Part of this was 
transplanted into The Clandestine Marriage. 
N.p. 



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THE 

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Brooklyn Park T., April 1, 1872. 

FATAL INCONSTANCY; OR, THE UN- 
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FATAL INTERVIEW, THE. T. Thos. Hull. 
Partly taken fr. Pamelia in High Life. D.L., 
November 10, 1782. N.p. 



FATAL JEALOUSY, THE. T. Duke's T. 
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Unfortunate Lovers. Pr. 1073. 

FATAL LEGACY, THE. T. Anon. Tran.sl. 
.if Racine's Thebais. L.I.F., 1721. Pr. 1723. 

FAT.\L LETTER; OR, THE MIDNIGHT 
REVELATION, THE. D. 3 a. VV. E. Suter. 
East London, May 9, 1868. 

FATAL LOVE. Fr. T. Geo. Chapman. Ent. 
at Stationers' Co., June 29, 1660. N.p. 

FATAL LOVE; OR, THE DEGENERATE 
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FATAL LOVE; OR, THE FORCD INCON- 
STANCY. T. Elk. Settle. Plot partly fr. 
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at T.R. Pr. 1680. 

FATAL MARRIAGE, THE. D. Pro. and 
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1870. 

FATAL MARRIAGE; OR, THE INNOCENT 
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FATAL MISTAKE, THE. Dr. Epis. A. H 
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FATAL MISTAKE; OR, THE PLOT 
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1692. N.ac. 

FATAL NECESSITY; OR, LIBERTY RE- 
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N.ac. 

FATAL PREDICTION ; OR, MIDNIGHT AS- 
SASSIN, THE. B. By J. C. Cross. Pr. 1802. 
FATAL PROPHECY, THE. Dr. poem. Dr. 
John Langhorne. Pr. 1766. 

FATAL RETIREMENT, THE. T. Anthony 
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FATAL RING, THE. Blank verse T. 5 a. 
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FATAL SECRET, THE. Lewis Theobald. 
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P P 

FATAL SECRET, THE. See The Rival 
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FATAL SISTERS; OR, THE CASTLE OF 
THE FOREST, THE. Dr. Rom. Edmund 
Jolin Eyre. Pr. 1797. 

FATAL SNOWSTORM, THE. Rom. D. 2 a. 
W. Barrymore. Astley's. 

FATAL STOCKINGS, THE. P. 1 a. A. 

Holmes-Gore. Grand, Bhickpuol, June 18, 19(iO. 

FATAL TRIUMPH. D. 4 a. J. L. 

Featherstone and J. C. Hurd. New Cross 

Pub. H., December 11, 1886. 

FATAL VISION; OR, THE FALL OF 
SIAM, THE. T. Aaron Hill. L.I.F. Pr. 
1716. 

FATAL WAGER, THE. See Injured Prin- 

C€SS. 

FATAL WEDDING, THE. P. 4 a. Theo 
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FATALITY. D. 1 a. Caroline Boaden. 
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FATALITY. D. 5 a. Kate Cameron. Bp 
Auckland Eden T., January 20, 1898 (C.P.). 

FATE. D. Miss H. G. Gregory. Middles- 
brough T.R., March 9, 1874. 

FATE; OR, DRIVEN FROM HOME. Ameri 
can D. Bartley Campltell. Glasgow Gaiety, 
February 21, 1870; Ladl)roke H., May 0, 1882; 
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FATE AND FORTUNE; OR, THE JUNIOR 
TAHTNER. D. 4a. Jas. J. Blood. l>iiii 
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FATE AND THE FOOTMAN. " Soiigsihi.l 
111 three helpings." Olive Tulloeli. Littlt- 
hanipton Terminus H., September 17, lyns 
(amat.). 

FATE OF AMBITION; OR, THF 
TREACHEROUS FAVOURITE, THE. T 
Dublin, 1733. 

FATE OF CALAS, THE. D. 3 a. T. Dib 
din. Adap. fr. the French of Victor. Surrey, 
al.'^o rev. there 1835. 

FATE OF CAPUA, THE. T. Thos 
Southerne. L.I.F. Pr. 17ou. Pro. by Chas. 
Boyle. Epil. by Col. Codrington. 

FATE OF CORSICA; OR, THE FEMALE 
POLITICIAN, THE. C. Wr. by " A Lady of 
Quality." Pr. 1732. 

FATE OF FRANKENSTEIN. See Franken- 
stein. 

FATE OF SPARTA; OR, THE RIVAL 
KINGS, THE. T. Mrs. Cowley. Principal 
events fr. Plutarch. D.L., January 31, 1788. 
Pr. 1788. 

FATE OF THE FALLEN, THE. D. 4 a. 
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FATE OF VILLAINY, THE. T. Thos. 
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FATE'S DECREE. D. Pro. and 5 tab. H. 
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FATES AND FURIES. D. 6 tab. G. B. 
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FATHER, THE. C. Transl. fr. Diderot's 
Le Pere de Famille bv the translator of 
Dorval. Pr. 1770. 

FATHER; OR, AMERICAN SHANDYISM, 
THE. C. Ac. at the New York T., pr. 1789. 
The idea fr. Tristam Shandy. 

FATHER AiND HIS CHILDREN, THE. 
Melo-d. C.G. Prod, by Bishop, October, 1817. 
FATHER AND SON; OR, FAMILY FRAIL 
TIES. C. Pr. 1814. ? N.ac. 

FATHER AND SON. Melod. E. Fitzball 
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FATHER BAPTISTE. D. 3 a. E. Stir 
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FATHER BUONAPARTE. P. 3 a. C. W 
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FATHER GIRARD THE SORCERER; OR, 
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FATHER OF A FAMILY, THE. C. 3 a. 
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FATHER OF HER CHILD, THE. Dom. D. 
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FATHER OF NINETY. M.F. 3 a. Wal 
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FATHER OUTWITTED, THE. Int. Gol 
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FATHER OUTWITTED, THE. Int. Transl 
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FATHER SATAN. D. 5 a. Harry F. 
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FATHER VARIEN. P. 1 a. Monckton 
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FATHER'S CRIME, A. Mclo-d. Adap, fr. 
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FATHER'S OATH, THE. P. 4a. F.Gould 
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FATHER'S OWN SON, THE. P. Belong, d 
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FATHER'S REVENGE, THE. T. Earl cf 
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FATHER'S SACRIFICE, A. D. 2 a. W. 
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FATHER'S SIN, A. D. 4 a. H. Burrows 
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FATHER'S TRAGEDY, THE. Hist. P. 
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FATHERLAND. D. 5 a. Henry Labou- 
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FATHERS: OR. THE GOOD-NATURED 
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FATHOMS DEEP. D. John B. Cleve. Sad- 
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FATINITZA. CO. 3 a. H. S. Leigh. M. 
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FAULT IN FRIENDSHIP, A. Ac. at the 
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son of Ben Jonson, in conjunction with Richd. 
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FAUSSE MAGIE, LA. 0. JI armontel. M. 
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FAUST. T. Goethe. 1798. Transl. by A. 
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FAUST. O. Schumann. 1810-m5G. 

FAUST. O. Spohr. Wds. by Bernhard. 
Frankfort, 1818. So. fr. Prince's, Mav 21, 
1840; at D.L., May 18, 1840; perf. in Italian at 
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FAUST. 0. Lib. by Carre and Barbier. M. 
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FAUST. An adap. of first part of Goethe'a 
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FAUST. An adap. of first part of Goethe's 
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FAUST. Burl. Standard, July 20, 1891. 

FAUST. A new adap. of pcrtions of the 
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FAUST; OR, MARGUERITE'S MANGLE. 
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FAUST: OR, THE DEMON OF THE 
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FAUST; OR, THE FATE OF MARGARET. 
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FAUST AND CO Burl. Geo. Lash Gordon 
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FAUST AND GRETCHEN. O. 1 a. Ross and 
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FAUST AND LOOSE: OR, BROKEN VOWS. 
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FA(U)ST AND LOOSE. Sk. J. J. Hewson. 
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FAUST AND MARGARET. New ver. of 
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FAUST AND ^rARGUERITE. Rom. D. 3 a. 
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FAUST AND MARGUERITE. Travestie. 1 a 
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FAUST AND MARGUERITE; OR, THK 
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FAUST AND THE FAIR IMOGEN. See 
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FAUST IN FORTY MINUTES. Burl. Fred 
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FAUST IN THREE FLASHES. M. oddity 
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FAUST REVERSED; OR, THE BELLS ALL 
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FAUST VV TO DATE. Burl. 3 a. G. R. 
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LATE. Adap. by Flex- 
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Ladbroke H,, October 22, 



3 a. Sir C. Young. Bris 
1880; Olympic, June £4, 



FAUST UP TOO 
more and Furtado 
the Fair Imogen. 
1889. 

FAUSTINE. D. 
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ISSO. 

F JUSTINE'S LOVE. D. Pro. and 3 a 
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FAUSTUS. Rom. D. 3 a. Geo. Soane. M 
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FAUSTUS. See Doctor Faustus. 

FAUTE, UNE. Petite piece. Scribe. 1822. 

FAUTE DE SEXTENDRE. Royalty, January 
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FAUVETTE. CO. 3 a. Alfred Rae. Adap. 
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FAUX PRODIGUE, LE. 0. 2 a. Piron. M. 
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FAUZ MENACES, LES. Gaiety, June 1, 
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FAVETTE. Ca. 1 a. John Tresahar. 
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FAVORITA, L\. O. 4 a. G. Vaez and A. 
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FAVOURITE, THE. Hist. T. Fr. Ben 
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FAVOURITE, THE. Sporting D. 4 a. By 
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FAVOURITE OF FORTUNE, THE. C 
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FAVOURITE OF THE KING, THE. Hist. 
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FEAR OF ROBERT CLIVE, THE. P. 1 a. 
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FEARFUL FOG, A. F. Fredk. Hay. 
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FEARLESS FRED, THE FIREMAN. D. G. 
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FEAST OF APOLLO, THE. Int. C.G., May 
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FEAST OF BACCHUS, THE. 
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FEAST OF NEPTUNE, THE. 
1829. 

FEAST OF THALIA, THE. 
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FEAST OF THE DRAGON, THE. Chinese 
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FEATHERBRAIN. C. 3 a. J. Albery. 
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FEDORA P. 4 a. VMctorien Sardou. Ac. 
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FEDORA. O. 3 a. Umbe.to Giordano. CO., 
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FEE FAW FUM. D.L., Christmas, 1867. 

FEE URGELE, LA. O.C. Favart. 1740-1800. 

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FEEN DIE. 0. 3 a. Wds. and M. by Wag- 
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FEET OF CLAY. D. 1 a. Hubert S. Ryan. 
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FEIGN'D COURTEZANS; OR, A NIGHTS 
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FEIGN'D FRIENDSHIP; OR, THE MAD 
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FEIGNED INNOCENCE; OR, SIR MARTIN 
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FEIGND SHIPWRECK, THE. See Strol- 
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FEINTE PAR AMOUR, LA. C. Dorat. 
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FELDLAGER IN SCHESLEN, EIN. O. 3 a. 
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FELISE AND PHILOMENE, THE HISTORY 
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FELIX. O.C. Sedaine. M. by Mon.'ignv. 
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FELIX: OR, FESTIVAL OF ROSES. New 
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FELLOW SERVANTS. C. 1 a. H. T. Craven. 
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FELMELANEO. P. Henry Chettle and 
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FELONS BOND, THE. D. 3a. W. E. 
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FEMALE ACADEMY, THE. C. Duchess 
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FEMALE ADVENTURER; OR, STOP HER 
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FEMALE ADVOCATES; OR, THE STOCK 
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FEMALE BARBARISM. Oa. E. La Touche 
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FE.MALE CAPTAIN, THE. F. Ascr. to 
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FEMALE CHEVALIER, THE. C. 3 a. Alt. 
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The Artful Husband. Hay., 177S. N.p. 

FEMALE CLUB, THE. F. John OKeeffe. ! 
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FEMALE DRAMATIST, THE. M.F. Ascr. to ' 
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FEMALE DUELLIST, THE. Afterpiece. 
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FEMALE FALSEHOOD. See Camyaigners. 
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FEMALE FORTUNE-TELLER, THE. C. 
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FEMALE GAMESTER, THE. T. George Ed- 
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FEMALE HEROISM. T. 5 a. Rev. Matthew 
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FEMALE lAGO, A. F. W. H. Goldsmith. 
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FEMALE INNOCENCE; OR, A SCHOOL 
FOR A WIFE. P. 3 a. Ac. at Mrs. Lee's 
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FEMALE JACOBIN CLUB, THE. Pol. C. 
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FEMALE JUDAS, A. D. 4 a. Wm. P. 
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FEMALE MASSARONI; OR, THE FAIR 
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FEMALE OFFICER, THE. C. 2 a. Henry 
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FEMALE OFFICER, THE. F. J. P. 
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FEMALE OFFICER; OR, HUMOURS OF 
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FEMALE ORATORS, THE. Prel. C G 
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FExMALE PARLIAMENT, THE. Ent. Ac, 
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FEMALE PARRICIDE, THE. T. Edward 
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1701. 

FEMALE PARSON; OR, THE BEAU IN 
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1730. Ac. at Little T. in Hay. 

FEMALE PEDANT, THE. Thos. Horde, 
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FEMALE PIRATE; OR, THE LIONESS OF 
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FEMALE PRELATE, BEING THE HIS- 
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FEMALE RAKE; OR, MODERN FINE 
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FEMALE REBELLION, THE. T.C. 5 a. 
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FEMALE SLEEPWALKER, THE. A new 
ver. of Bellini's O. La Sonnambula. Lyceum 
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FIRST EXPERIMENT, A. Ca. 1 a. J. 
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FIRST FAUXTS. C. Miss Decanvs (Mrs. 
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FIRST FAVOURITE, THE. D. 1 a. C. H. 

Hazlewood. Britannia. October 2.5, 1873. 

FIRST FLOOR, THE. F. 2 a. Jas. Cobb. 
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FIRST FRANCISCANS, THE. 2 Episodes in 
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS. C. Pr. in London 
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FIRST IMPRESSIONS; OR, TRADE IN 
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FIRST IN THE FIELD. C. 1 a. C. M. 
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FIRST LOVE. C. r, a. Riclid. Cumberland. 
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FIRST LOVE; OR, THE WIDOWED 
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FIRST MATE. CD. 2 a. Richard Henry. 
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FIRST MRS. BANBURY, THE. Sk. Ch. 
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FIRST NIGHT, THE. F. 1 a. T. Parry, 
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FIRST NIGHT, THE. CD. la. Alfd. 
vVigan. Adap. fr. Lc Pcre de la Debutante. 
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/<"ebruarv 12, 1870; D.L., July 1. 1872; Follv. 
.fulv, 1879; Comedv, October, 1887; Hay., 1887, 
.uui May, 1888; Her M., May 13, 1899. 

FIRST NIGHT, THE. H. A. Saintsbury. 
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PIPoST NIGfHT. THE. Sk. Ch.s. Baldwin. 
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FIRST NIGHT, THE. See Behind the 
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FIRST NIGHT'S LODGING, THE. F. 
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FIRST OF APRIL, THE. F. 2 a. Caroline 
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FIRST OF APRIL; OR, THE FOOLS ER- 
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FIRST OF MAY, THE. F. 1 a. A. Younge. 
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FIRST OF SEPTEMBER; OR, EVERY MAN 
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FIRST PRINTER, THE. D. C Reade and 
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FIRST REHEARSAL, A. CO. 1 a. Wr. and 
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FIRST STOP, LONDON. Sk. Edward 
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FIRST VIOLIN, THE. D. 4 a. Sidney 
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ham Crown, March 27, 1899. 

FISCAL POLICY, THE. Sk. 3 sc. Leon 
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ri&ti OUT OF WATER. F. 1 a. Joseph 
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FISHER -GIRL, THE. M.P. 2 a. Oswald 
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FISHER GIRL, THE. See Monsieur Moulon. 

FISHIER GIRL; OR, FLYIN(i DUTCHMAN. 
THE. M. C -D. Wr. by Chs. Fisher. Lvri-> 
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FISHER MAIDEN, THE. M.P. Arthur J. 
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FISHER MAIDEN, THE. 0. 2 a. Geoffrey 
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FISHERMAN'S DAUGHTER, THE. Dom. D. 
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ISSl. 

FISHERMAN'S DAUGHTER, THE. Irish 
CD. 3 a. Dr. Montgomery A. Ward. M. Uy 
Mrs. Georgina Ayde Curran. Dublin Queen's, 
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FISHERMAN'S DAUGHTER, THE. CD. 
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FISHERMAN'S HUT, THE. M.D. 3 a. 
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FISHERMEN, THE. CO. 2 a. Jas. Field 
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EISHERiS, THE. O. A. 
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PIT OF THE BLUES, A. 

FITS AND STARTS. F. 
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FITZSMYTHE, OF FITZSMYTHE HALL 
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FIVE DEGREES OF CRIME, THE. 
Leman Rede. New City, IS.'i.S. 

FIVE GALLANTS, THE. C. 
ton. Blackfriars. 

FIVE HUNDRED FRANCS. 
duke Brown. M. by Isidore de 
ville, July 6, 188.5. 

HUNDRED POUNDS 



Y. Simon. Lib. fr. 
Moscow, 1900. 
Oa. \. Robillard. 
2 a. Wilton .Tones 



F 



D. 



Tbos. Middle- 



Oa. 

Solla. 



Marma- 
Vaiuie- 



C 



a. D.L. 



POUNDS REWARD. A. 

Le Capitaine de Voleurs. 

CD. 1 a. H. Walpole. 



FIVE 

August 25, 1821. 

FIVE HUNDRED 
Wigan. Adapt, fr. 
Lyceum, 1845-47. 

FIVE IN ONE. 
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FIVE LOVERS, THE. CO. Ascr. to Swift. 
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FIVE MILES OFF; OR, THE FINGER 
POST. C. 3 a. Thos. Dibdin. Hay. July 9, 
1806. Pr. 1806. CG., May 19, 1807. 

FIVE MINUTES TOO LATE ; OR, AN 
ELOPEMENT TO RHEIMS. C. in 3 parts, in- 
trod. coronation of Charles X. King of France. 
M. by Horn, Bishop, and Cooke. D.L., July 5, 
1825. 

FIVE PLAYS IN ONE. Rose T., April 7, 
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FIVE POUNDS REWARD. F. 1 a. John 
Oxenford. Olympic, December 3, 1855. 

FIVE THOUSAND A YEAR. C T. Dibdin. 
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lUVE WiITTY GALLANTS, THE. Ac. by 
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FIVE YEARS LATE.R. Sk. Holbom Empire. 
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FIXED. F.C J. Wilton Jones. Wigan 
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KIZZIO.^IL CULTURE, F.Sk. Ewart Beech 
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FL.\CHSMANN ALS ERZIEHER. C 3 a. 
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FLAG ; OR, THE BATTLE FIELD, THE. D. 
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FLAG LLEUTPvNANT, THE. Naval C. 4 a. 
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FLAG STATION, THE. D. la. 
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FLAME. THE. " Pantomime." Mark Pen- 
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FLAMINGO; OR, THE ROOK AND THE 
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FLANAGAN AND THE FAIRIES. Extrav. 
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FLASH l\ THE PAN, A. F. Milns. 1798, 
N.p. 



Eugent 
Hippo- 



FLASH IN THE PAN, A. P. 4a. .Mhli 
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FLASH OF LIGHTNING, A. D. 4 a. Mur- 
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FLASHES. M, Absurdity. 3 a. J. J. Hew- 
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FLATLAND. P. 3 a. W. Reynolds. Bristol 
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FLATS. F.C. 4 "stories." G. R. Sims. 
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FLATTERY, DECEIT, AND FALSEHOOD 
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FLAIITO MAGICO, IL. O. Mozart. Vienna, 
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FLEDERMAUS, DIE. CO. Adap. Hamilton 
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FLEETING CLOUDS. Dom. Inc. 1 a. Percy 
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FLEIRE, THE. C Edward Sharpham. Bl:v k- 
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FLEUR D'AMOUR, LA. Ballet Div. (new). 2 
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FLEUR DE LYS. Op. bo. Adap. by H. B. 
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FLEUR DE LYS, THE. O. 3 a. C Lecocq- 
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FLEUR D'OtRANGER. Jean Sery. M. by 
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FLEURETTE. Oa. Augustus L. Taniplin. 
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FLEURETTE AND FADETTE. M.F. Car- 
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FLIBUSTIER, LE. 0. Cui. Paris. 

FLIBUSTIEK, LE. C Jean Richeipin. D.L. 
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ELIEGEXDE HOLLANDER, DEiR. O. 3 a. 
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don, D.L., July 23, 1870. See The Flyiiiji Dutch- 
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FLIES IN THE WEB. C 3 a. J. Broug- 
ham. Circ. ].s70. Manchester T.R. 

FLIGHT. P. 4 a. Walter Frith. Terry's, 
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FLIGHT FOR LIFE. Surrey, July 8. 1895. 

FLIGHT TO AMERICA; OR, TWELVE 
HOURS in NEW YORK, A. F. Burletta. L. 
Rede. Adelphi, November, 1830. 

FLIGHTY'S FLIRTATION. F. Frank Har- 
vey. Liverpool Amphi , January 25, 1874. 

FLINT AND STEEL. F. J. F. M'Ardle. 
Sheffield Alexandra, May, 1881. 

FLIP, FLAP, FLOP. F. Paul Meritt. Ada.p. 
fr. the French. Norwich T.R., November 10, 
1879; Surrey, September 9, 1882. 

FLIP, FLAP FOOTMAN. Adelphi, October, 
1840. 

FLIRTATION, F. Frank Harvey. Edinburgli 
T.R., August 11, 1873. 

FLIRTATION. C. 3 a. Romer and Bellamy. 
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FLIRTING. M.C Ramsgate Sanger's Amphi., 
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FLITCH OF BACON, THE. CO. Rev. H. 
Kate Dudlev. M. oy Shield. Hav., August 17, 
17.S8; D.L., "June 22, IMH. i'r. 1779. 



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FLITCH OF BACON, THE. Sk. Strand, 
July, ISCj.'). 
FLITTING DAY. Meutioned by Biewer. 

FLO RIGG. r. 1 a. E. Buniey. Koyu! 
Albert H., June 3. 190S. 

FLO'S FIRST FROLIC. F. rdncess's, Mav 
23, 1868. 

FLOATING A COMPANY. C:i. 1 a. Julian 
Cross. Royalty, June 28. ]S94 

FLOATING BEACON; OR, THE WILD 
WO.MAN OF THE WRECK, IHE. .Mi.lod. 2 
a. Edwd. Fitzball. Surrey, April 19, 182J. 

FLO.\TING ISLAND, THE. T.C. Rev. Wm. 

Strode. M. by Lawes. Ac. before the Kiiiy 
ami Queen by students of Christchurcli, August 
2'J, 11)39. Pr. 1655. 

FLODDEN FIELD. Dr. Rom. .T a. Founded 
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FLODDEN FIELD. D. Prel. and 2 a. 
.\lfred Austin. H.M. (Guv's Hospital ent.), 
June 8, 1903. 

FLOOD TIDE, THE. ]\Ielo-f. 4 a. Cecil 
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FLORA. O. Alteration, probably by John 
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FLORA. See Hoh; or, The Countiy Wal;e. 

FLOIRA MIRABILI'S. 0. Samara. 

FLORA ; OR, HOB IN THE WELL. F. 2 a. 
CoUey Cibber. 

FLORA'S VAGARIES. C. R. Rhodes. Ac. 
by students at Ch. Ch., Oxfoid, January 8, 
1663; and at T.R. Pr. 1670; and D.L., July 
26, 1715. 

FLORAZENE; OR, THE FATAL CON- 
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FLORENCE. D. Plymouth T.R., November 
20, 1872. 

FLORENTINE FRIEND, THE. P. Entd. 
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FLOREiNTINE LADIES, THE. In Jordan'.^ 
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FLORENTINE TRAGEDY, THE. P. Os.car 
Wilds. King's, Coveut Garden, June 10, 1906; 
rev. Orippleigate Inst., O-ctober 28, 1907; Man- 
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FLORENTINE WOOING, A (The Wooing). 
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(C.P.). 

FLORENTINES, THE. P. Sadler's Wells, 
June 2, 1845. 

FLORETTA. O. 2 a. Miss Eleanor Far- 
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FLORETTE. O. 3 a. Allen and Bartlett. 
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FLORIAN. O. 4 a. Libretto by D. Latham. 
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FLORIEN. T. 5 a. H. C. Merivaie. Pr. 

1884. 

FLORIMENE. Past. Ac. before the K. at 
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FLORIZEL AND PERDITA. Dr. Past. 3n. 
Fr. A Winter's Tale, by David Garrick. D.L., 
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FLORIZEL AND PERDITA; OR, THE 
SHEEPSHEARING. F. 2 a. Macnamara 
Morgan. Fr. A Winter's Tale. Pr. 17.54. Ac. 
at Dublin and C.G., Edinburgh, 1781. 

FLORODORA, M.C. Owen Hall. Lyrics by 
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FLOWER GIRL, THE. Oa. Maclvav. 
Jersey P.O.W.'s R. May 10. 187u. 



1 a. J. Parry 
20, 1901. 



FLOWER GIRL, THE. CO. 

Cole. Bayswater Bijou, June 

FLOWER GIiRiL, THE. M.P. 2 a. Books, 
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FLOWER GIRL; OR, THE CONVICT MAR- 
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FLOWER GIRL OF GHENT, THE. Ballet 
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July 15, 18.'-,0. 

FLOWER MAKERS AND HEART BREAK- 
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October 7, 1869. 

FLOWER O' THE ROSE. Rom. D. la. Wil- 
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June 23, 1904. 

FLOWER OP THE FARM, THE. C. 3 a. 
Ayr T., November 6, 1896 (C.l>.). 

FLOWER OF THE FLOCK, THE. D. 3 a. 
Exeter T.R., November 8, 1880. 
. FLOWER OF THE FLOCK, THE. C. 3 a. 
Mark Melford. Grimsby T.R., April 6, 1883. 

'FLOWEiRiS. A Masque of Flowers was pre- 
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the Court of WhitehaH in the Banqueting 
House, 1613. Pr. 1614. 

FLOWERS OF THE FOREST, THE. D. 
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August, 1859; rev. Astley's, 1867. 

FLUFF; OR, A CLEAN SWEEP. F. 3a. 
J. F. M'Ardle. Leicester O.H., August 1, 1881. 

FLUTE OF PAN, THE. P. 4 a. J. O. 
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Shaftesbury, November 12, 1904. 

FLY AND THE WEB, THE. C. 2 a. Adol- 
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FLY BY NIGHT, THE. Sk. Paul A. 
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FLY ON THE WHEEL, THE. C. 3 a. Max 
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FLYAWAY'S RACE. Sk. S. Whitehouse. 
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FLYING DUTCHMAN, THE. O. 3 a. Wag- 
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FLYING DUTCHMAN, THE. Burl. K. 
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FLYING DUTCHMAN; OR. THE DE.MON 
SEAMAN AND THE LASS THAT LOVED A 
SAILOR, THE. Burl. W. Brough. Royalty, 
December 2, 1869. 

FLYING DUTCHMAN; OR, THE PHANTOM 
SHIP, THE. Nautical D. 3 a. Edwd. Fitz- 
ball. M. bv G. H. B. Rodiwell. Adeliphi, June, 
1825; Deceinber 4, 1826; June, 1856. 

FLYING DUTCHMAN, THE. See Vander- 
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FLYING FROM JUSTICE. D. 4 a. Mark 
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Sadler's Wells, June 15, 1891. 

FLYING SCUD; OR, A FOUR-LEGGED 
THE. D. 4 a. Dion Boucicault. 



FORTUNE 
Holborn T 
1868. 

FILYING 
Grain. Circa 1865. 

FLYING VISIT. A. Ca. la. 
(-'reet. Criterion, November C, 1889 



October 6, 1866; Adelphi, August, 
VISIT, A. A. Law and Corncy 

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FLYING VOICE, THE. P. Ralph Wood. 
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FOGGERTY'S FAIRY. Fairy C. 3 a. W. S. 
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FOGGY DAY, A. C. la. M. R. Mcrand. 
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FOIL AXD COUXTERFOIL. P. 4 a. 
Mary WoodifleM. St. Geo. H., June 28, 190G 
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FOILED. CD. 3 a. H. W. Williamson. 
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FOILED. D. 3 a. Warwick Buckland. St. 
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FOILED. Dr. Episode. J. R. Alberton. 
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FOILED. P. 3 a. N. Covertside (Dr. N. 
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FOILiEfD. Rom. D. Francis M. Kay. Bing- 
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FOILED BY FATE. D. '4 a. J. Darlison. 
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FOIR.E DE NAPLES, LA. Div. D.L., Xovem- 
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FOIRE ST. LAURENT, LA. O. 3a. Offtn- 
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FOLDED PAGE, A. Monol. Mrs. Wm. 
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FOLIE. UXE. CO. J. Wild. From 



Laughs at Locksmiths. 
FOLIE, UNE. CO. 
FOLLE FARINE. D. 



It 03. N.a'c. 
Mtihu. 1703-1817 
W. Avondale. 



Lor I 



Adap. 



fr. Ouida's novel of same name. Bishop Auck- 
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FOLLIES OF A DAY; OR, THE MARRIAGE 
OF FIGARO, THE. C. Thos. Holcroft. 
Tiansl. of Beaumarchais' La Folle Jouriiee. 
C.G., December 14, 1784. Pr. 1784. Alt. by J. 
P. Kemble, 1811. PI. as an afterpiece, D.L., 
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FOLLIES OF A NIGHT, THE. V.C 2 a. 
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Night in Paris, Absurdities of a Dai/, The 
Duke's Diversion. 

FOLLIES OF FASHION. C 5 a. Earl of 
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FOLLIES OF THE DAY; OR, FAST LIFE, 
THE. D. 4 a. H. P. Grattan and Joseph 
Eldred. Bristol T.R., October 10, 1882; Pav. 
July 9, 1883. 

FOLLIES OF YOUTH, THE, D. 4 a. Fred 
L Connynghame and Frank Price. Warrington 
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13, 1903; rewritten, Windsor T.R., November 

28, 1904. 

FOLLOW MY LEADER. Duol. H. B. Max- 
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1899. 

FOLLOW THE DRUM. Melod. 5 a. Rass 
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FOLLOW THE LEADER. C 1 a. C. M 
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FOLLY AS IT FLIES. C 5 a. Frederic 
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1821. 

FOLLY AS IT FLIES. Ent. H. Thomas. 
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FOLLY FETiE. Grecian, Octo.ber 12, ISC.'). 

FOLLY OF AGE, A. C. 1 a. Arthur In- 
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FOLLY OF AGE; OR, THE ACCOMPLISHED 
LADY, A Pant. C.G.. 1797. 

FOLLY OF PRIESTCRAFT, THE, C Anon. 
J 090. 



FOLLY'S FORTUNES. M.P. 3 ii. BacUp R. 
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FOND HEARTS; OR, A BROTHER'S LOVE. 
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FOND HUSBAND; OR, THE PLOTTING 
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FOND LADY, THE. C. By a " Person of 
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FONDLEWIFE AND LETITIA. C. 2 a. Ac. 
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FONTAINEBLEAU; OR, OUR WAY IN 
FRANCE. CO. 3 a. John O'Keeflfe. C.G., 
1784; D.L., February 11, 1814, and October 18, 
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FONTAINVILLE FOREST. P. James 
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FOOL, THE. F. 2 a. Edwd. Topham. C.G., 
December 14, 1785. Pr. 1786. 

FOOL AND HER MAIDENHEAD SOON 
PARTED, A. P. Probably by Robert Daven- 
port. Belonging to Cockpit. Ent. Stationers' 
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FOOL AND HIS MONEY, A. C 3 a. Henry 
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FOOL MADE WISE, A. O.C Sam Johnson. 
Hay., 1741. N.p. 

FOOL OF QUALITY. C Poisson. 1633-1690. 

FOOL OF THE FAMILY, THE. C 3 a. Fer- 
gus Hume. D. of York's, January 30, 1896. 

FOOL OF THE W-QRLD, THE. Morality. 
.Arthur Symons. Bay.^water Bijou, April 5, 
190<'.. 

FOOL TRANSFORMED, THE. C Adver- 
tised " in tne press," 1661. ? N.p. 

FOOL TURNED CRITIC, THE. C T. Dur- 
fey. Partly fr. Jealous Lovers. T.R. Pr. 
1678. 

FOOL W^OULD BE A FAVOURITE; OR, 
THE DISCREET LOVER, THE. T.C. Lodo- 
wick Carlell. Ac. Pr. 1657. 

FOOLE WITHOUT BOOKE, THE. P. Wm, 
Rowley. Entered Stationers' Co.,- September 
9, 1653. N.p 

FOOL'S FIDELITY, A. D. 3 a. Geo. Capel. 
Birmingham, March 14, 1887; Dalston N. Lon- 
don Colosseum, June 6, 1887. 

F0OL':S MASQUE, THE. Masfjup, Prod, a I 
Court about A.D. 1620. 

FOOL'S MATE. Piece. 1 a. F. W. Brough- 
ton. Toole's, December 12, 1889; Avenue, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1890. 

FOOL'S OPERA; OR, THE TASTE OF THE 
AGE, THE. " Matthew Medley." Aston. 
Ac. at Oxford. Pr. 1731. 

FOOL'S PARADISE. C Paul Meritt and 
Alfred Maltby. West Hartlepool T.R., Janu- 
ary 20, 1879. 

FOOL'S PARADISE, A. P. 3 a. Sydney 
Grundy. Greeinwiich P.O.W.. Ocio'bcr 7, 18N7 
(CP. under title of The Mousetrap.) New 
York Wallack's T., October 10, 1S87 ; Gaiety, 
February 12, 1889; Garrick, January 2, 1892; 
Coronet, March 18, 1901. 

FOOL'S PREFERMENT; OR, THE THREE 
DUKES OF DUNSTABLE, A. C. T. D'Urfev. 
Dorset Gardens (Queen's T. Pr. 1088. Little 
more than a transcript of Fletcher's Noble 
Gentleman and one scene fr. novel. Humours 
of Basset. 

FOOL'S REVENGE, THE. D. 3 a. Tom 
Taylor. Sadler's Wells, October 18, ]8;-)9; 
Queen's, December 20, 1S69. 

FOOL'S TRICK, A. F. AdeleUe Votiiri, 
St. Geo. H,, June 20, 189]. 



''THE STAGE" CYCLOPEDIA. 



157 



FOOLED BY FORTUNE. D. 3 a. Henry 

Walton. Liverpool T.K., September 2S, 1874. 

FOOLS. F. Eccentricity. 3 :i. T. D. M'Cortl. 
Reg. Pl<. Lecture H., Camden Town, February 
14, 18S5. 

FOOLS OF NATURE. P. 4 a. H. O. Es- 
nionil. Duke of Yorli's, March 11, 1903. 

FOOTBALL KING, THE. D. 4 a. Geo. 
Gray. Elepli. and C, July 13, 189fi. 

FOOl'E, WESTON, AND SHUTER IN THE 
SHADES. Int. Hay., 1784. N.p. 

FOOTLIGHTS. CD. J. Shenton. Doncabter 
T.R., September 25, 1872. 

FOOTMAN, THE (The Footman-s Opera). O. 
Pr, 1732. Ac. Gaodman's Fields T., March 7, 
1732. 

FOOTMAN TURNED GENTLEMAN, THE. F. 
2 a. L.I.F., March 13, 1717. 

FOOTMARKS IN THE SNOW. D. 3 a. E. 
Towers. City of London, October 14, 18G7. 

FOOiTSTEP, THE. Sk. C. L. Delph. Brixton 
Empress, February 1, 1909. 

FOR A CHILD'S SAKE. Doni. D. 4 a. if. 
Herman and M. Turner. Cambridge New T., 
January 2, 1899; Greenwich Morton's, Septem- 
ber 4, 1899; Surrey, December 4, 1899. 

FOR A DREAM'S SAKE. P. 1 a. Demain 
Grange. Brighton W. Pier, November 27, 1902. 

FOR A LIFE. D. 4 a. J. J. M'Closkey. 
Adap. fr. Marcus Clarke's novel, " His Natural 
Life." Manchester Queen's, July 19, 1880; 
Surrey, May 0, 1889. 

FOR A WOMAN'S HONOUR. Sk. Frank 
Herbert and E. Sealy. Holborn Restaurant, 
November 15, 1899. 

FOR AN OLD DEBT. Dom. D. 1 a. F. 
Rawson Buckley and I. Harwood Panting. 
Bayswater Bijou, February 26, 1895. 

FOR AULD LANG SYNE. D. 4 a. Seymour 
Hicks and Fred G. Latham. Lyceum, Oct. 0, 
1900. 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. D. 4 a. M. 
E. Braddon. Suggested by tier novel, " Like 
and Unlike." Whitby W. Cliif Saloon, Septem- 
ber G, 1S9U (C.P.). Brighton Giik'ty (3 a), April 
0, 1891. 

FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE. Duol. Frank 
Farren. Working Men's Club, Aldgate, Feb- 
ruary-8, 1891. 

FOR BETTER OR WORSE. F. 1 a. C. A. 
Maltby. Croydon T.R., September 18, 1870. 

FOR BETTER OR WORSE. D. 4 a. Wni. 
P. Sheen. Clapham Junction Shakespeare, 
August 11, 190t5 (C.P.); Hyde R., October 23, 
1905. 

FOR BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE. D. 4 a. 
Joseph Clarke. Shaftesburv, January 29, 1897 
'.C.P.}. 

FOR BONNIE SCOTLAND. Scottish D. 
Aoap. and arr. by Ernest Stevens. Glasgow 
G.T., October 12, 1807. 

FOR CHARITY'S SAKE. Dom. CD. 1 a. C. S. 
Fawcett. (Orig. Our Lottie.) Comedy, January 
29, 1891; Strand, February 28, 1894. 

FOR CHARITY'S SAKE. M.DuoI. Fred 
Bowyer and Walter H. Hedgecock. Terry's, 
January 9, 1893. 

FOR CHURCH OR STAGE. D. 4 a. Rev. 
Forbes Phillips. Yarmouth Aquarium, June 
8, 1903; Savoy, November 12, 1904. 

FOR CLAUDIA'S SAKE. C. 8 a. Miss 
Mabel Freund-Lloyd. Vaudeville, July 2, 1891. 

FOR DEAR LIFE. D. 4 a. W. Muskerry. 
Victoria, June 2, 1873. 

FOR ENGLAND. Melo-d. 5 a. Sutton 
Vane. Manchester Queen's, February 27, 1893; 
Paxilion, May 15, ls93. 



FOR 

Pocock 
FOR 

tacle. 

1908. 
FOR 



ENGLAND HO! Melo-d. 0. 2 a. T. 

CO., December 15, 1813. 
ENGLAND'S GLORY. Military Si>ec- 
W. J. Mackay. Canterbury, March 2. 



ENGLAND'S SAKE. Military D. 4 a. 

Henrietta Lindley fr. Robert Cromic'a iMjvel. 
Hay., AugUbt 10, 1889 (C.P.). 

FOR EVER. D. 7 a. Paul Meritt and Geo. 
Conquest. Surrey, October 2, 1882. 

FOR EVER MINE. CD. Stevens and Lo- 
gan. Darlington T.R., June 21, 1889. 

FOR FAMILY FAME; OR, THE SEA AND 
ITS DEAD. Dom. D. Prol. and 3 a. Bernard 
M'Donald. Royalty, March 25, 1S95. 

FOR GOLD. D. 5 a. Elliot Galer. Lei- 
cester O.H. April 10, 1882. 

FOR GOOD OR EVIL. P. 3 a. Mrs. A. J. 
Macdonnell Royalty, June 18, 1894. 

FOR HALF A MILLION. P. 1 a. Clara 
Harriet Sherwood. Copyrd. 1891. 

FOR HER CHILD'S SAKE. Dr. Episode. 
1 a. Sir C. Young. Windsor T.R. (amat.). 
November 24, 1880; Terry's, March 29, 1800. 

FO'R HER HUSBAND'S SAKE. Dom. D. 
4 a. Mil'.iar Anderson. Manchester 'St. James's. 
May 20, 1907; Edmonton R., October 12, 1908. 

FOR HER SAKE. D. 1 a. Alec Nelson. 
(E. B. Aveling.) Olympic, June 22, 1888. 

FOR HER SAKE. D. 4 a. W. Roberts and; Ben 
Landeck. Cheltenham O.H., April 18, 1907; 
Fulliam G., August 5, 1907. 

FOR HIMSELF ALONE. C 3 a. Holmes 
Rinaston. Adap. fr. T. W. Speight's story. 
Ladbroke H., May 7, 1888. 

FOR HIS SAKE. Society Sk. A. Jefferson. 
Glasgow R., November 8, 1907 (C.P.). 

FOR HONOUR'S SAKE. Rom. Irish D. 3 a. 

C. H. Hazlewood. Britannia, October 13, 1873. 
FOR KING AND COUNTRY. D. Edmund 

Leathes. Gaiety, May 1, 1883. 

FOR KING MONMOUTH. Rom. P. 1 a. 
Max Pireau. Brighton West P., November 27, 
1902; Balham Assembly R., October 28, 1903. 

FOR LACK OF GOLD. Oa. Mala. M. by 
F. von Lesen. Cheltenham Assembly R., De- 
cember 2, 1880. 

FOR LIFE. D. Bath T.R., May 6, 1871. 

FOR LIFE. D. 3 a. Charles Coghlau. Adap 
fr. La Morte Civile. Leeds Grand, August 9, 
1880. 

FOR LIFE ANT) AFTER. Melo-d. 4 a. G. 
R. Sims. Reading County, April IG, 1900; rev. 
ver. of The Woman from Gaol, prod. Pavilion, 
Seiptember 17. 1903. 

FOR LIFE THROUGH THICK AND THIN. 

D. 2 a. J. G. Taylor. Alexandra, March 7, 
ISCS. 

FOR LOVE. D. 3 a. T. W. Robertson. 
New Holborn, October 5, 1867. 

FOR LOVE AND THE KING. D. 4 n. C. 
Wat^ion Mill. Mexborougli P.O.W., April 13. 
1908; Elephant and Castle. July 20. 190S. 

FOR LOVE OF A LADY. Dr. Sk. W. B. 
Robinson. R. Victoria H., February 11, 1901. 

FOR LOVE OF A WOMAN. D. 4a. Nita 
)Rae. Stafford Lyceum, July 27, 1908; Tyldeis- 
ley T.R., August 10. 1908. 

FOR LOVE OF PRIM. P. 1 a. Eden Phil. 
potts. Court, January 24, 1899; D. of Y'ork's, 
August 19, 1902. 

FOR LOVE OR MONEY. C. 3 a. Andrew 
Halliday. Vaudeville, April 16, 1870. 

FOR LOVE OR MONEY. D. 4 a. John 
Stanfield. Manchester Victoria, March 5, 1902, 
and Comedy, August 4, 1902; Pavilion, June 
15, 1903. 



''THU STAGU" CYCLOPEDIA. 



FOR LOVE'S SAKE. Dom. D. L. E. Ste- 
phens. Richmond H.M.T., December 11, 1882. 

FOR MILDRED S SAKE. Ca. Clias. D 
Steele. West Norwood P.H., May 8, 1895. 

FOR OLD LOVE'S SAKE. CD. 3 a. Stan- 
le,y Rogers and H. Kimm. HastiuRS Gaiety, 
March 17, 1884; Royalty, Mav 25, 1886; Sch. of 
Dr. Art, 524, O.xford St., April 3U, 1894. 

FOR OLD LOVE'S SAKE. See For the Ola 
Love's Sake. 

'for old SAKE'S SAKE. I', la. A. De- 
main Grange. Edinburgh Pav., May 7, 1898 

FOR OLD TIMES' SAKE. CD. 3 a. Maii- 
ville Morton. Orpington P.H., December 2 
1905. 

FOR OLD VIRGINIA. P. 1 a. Henry Her- 
man. Grand, June 4, 1891. 

FOR PAPA'S SAKE. C 1 a. M. B. Spurr. 
Publ. by S. French, Limited. 

FOR QUEEN AND COUNTRY. Military D. 
4 a. Evelyn Unsworth. Neath Bijou, Decem- 
ber 26, 1890. 

FOR SALE. D. 3 a. John T. Douglat-s, 
jun. Standard, February 3, 1869. 

FOR SWORD OR SONG. Poetical M.P. R. 
G. Legge and Louis Calvert. M. by Raymond 
Rose. Ne\vcastle-on-Tyne T.R., September 18, 
1902; Shaftesbury, January 21, 1903. 

FOR THE COLOURS. Military D. 4 a. W. 
A. Brabner. Manchester Metropole, August 
14, 1899; Greenwich Carlton, April 14, 1902. 

FOR THE CROSS; OR, THE DAWN OF 
CHRISTIANITY. D. 3 a. Jolin Soden. M. 
by T. C. L. Wliite. Navan Catholic H., July 
16, 1898. 

FOR THE CROWN. P. 4 a. John David- 
son. Adapt, fr. Francois Copp(5e's Pour la 
Couronne. Od(5on, Paris, January 19, 1895; 
Lyceum, February 27, 1890; Scala, October 10, 
1905. 

FOR THE CZAR. T. 1 a. Percival H. T. 
Sykes. Strand, November 3, 1896. 

FOR THE DEFENCE; OR, THE VICTIMS 
OF THE LAW. D. 4 a. Walter Reynolds, 
.jun., and H. Heme. Leeds T.R., August 4, 
1902. Rotherhithe Terriss, September 15, 1902. 

FOR THE HONOUR OF THE CLUB. D. 

4 a. Fred J. Kirke and Mary Dawson. Liver- 
pool LyTi:c, June 29, 1901 (C.P.). 

FOR THE HONOUR OF THE FAMILY. CD. 
3 a. Adapt, fr. Emile Angler's Mariagc 
d'Olympe (Paris Vaudeville, July 17, 1855). 
Comedy, June 10, 1897. 

FOR THE HONOUR OF THE REGIMENT. 
Sli. 1 sc. W. Felton. Eastern Empire, Sep- 
tember 4, 1899. 

FOR THE HONOUR OF WALES. Anti- 
masque. Ben Jonson. Circa 1619. Pr. 1692. 

FOR THE KING. D. 4 a. Walter Howard 
and Sydney T. Pease. Windsor T.R., January 
21. 1899 (CP.); Crovdon Grand, IMiarch 27, 
1899; Elepliant and Castle, February 26, 1900. 
See In Life or Death, Blanche t'arrcau, Life 
and Honour. 

FOR THE KING'S SAKE. P. 1 a. Mrs. 
Challow Hale. Kingston Albany Club (in 3 a.). 
January 9, 1897 (amat.); Kinigston County, 
October 6, 1898. 

FOR THE LOVE OF A CHILD. Dom. D. 
A. Rose. Middlesbrough T.R., July 21, 1904 
(C.P.). 

FOR THE LOVE OF A LADY. D. Sk. W. 
lievan Robinson. R. Victoria H., Feb'uary 11, 
1901. 

FOR THE OLD LOVES SAKE, Ha^tin^'f 
(;aietv. Marcli 17, l.S,s4. 



FOR THE SAKE OF A NAME. D. 4 a. 
Forester Pilmore and John Holland. F. on the 
novel " From Gloom to Sunlight." Shoreiiani 
Swiss Gardens T., June 1, 1888. 

FOR THE SAKE OF A WOMAN. Melod. 
4 a. W. J. Patmore. Pavilion, September 10, 
1900. 

FOR THE SAKE OF THE DUCHESS. P. 
4 a. Forbes Dawson. Fulliam Grand, August 
31, 1899. 

FOR THE THIRD TIME. C H. Dickenson. 
Tubl. by S. French, Ltd. 

FOR THE WOMAN HE LOVES. D. 4 a. 
M. Wallerton and F. Gilbert. Bristol T.K., 
February 23, 1903; Dalston, July 17, 1903- 

FOR VALOUR. "Love Storv." la. C S. 
Fawcett. York T.R., October 16, 1891. 

FOR VALUE RECEIVED. P. la. Ham- 
mersmith King's, October 3, 1904. 

FOR WIFE AND HOMiE. Melo-d. -I .i. 



.J'olin Power, Manchester Queen'-s, Augu 
1906. 

FOR WIFE AND KINGDOM. Roni. D. 4 n. 
Ward Bailey. Brighton Grand T., Novembtr 
19, 1908 (CP.): Smethwiek R,. March 8, 1909; 
Hauwnersmith Lyric, March 29, 1909. 

FOR WIFE AND STATE. See A Bitter 
Love. 

FORBIDDEN FRUIT. D. 4 



a. 



F. M. Ab- 
botts. Liverpool P.O.W., June 7, 1869; Lyceum, 
November 6, 1869. 

FORBIDDEN FRUIT. CD. 3 a. Dion Bou- 
cicault. Prod, at Wallack's T., New York. 
Liverpool St. James's H.. October 22, 1877; 
Adelphi, July 3, 1880; Vaudeville, May 6, 1893. 



D. West Digges. 



See 

P. 

Ann 



Adeiina. 
Transl. fr. 
Plumptre. 



H. Mackenzie. 



T. Chas. 
1710. Ac. 



FORBIDDEN LOVE. 

Duke's, May 21, 1877. 

FORCE DU NATUREL. LA. 

FORCE OF C\LUMNY, THE. 
tiie German of Kotzebue bv 
Pr. 1799. N. ac. 

FORCE OF FASHION, THE. 
C.G., December 5, 1789. N.p. 

FORCE OF FRIENDSHIP. THE. 
Jolmson. Hay., April 20, 1710. Pr 
with a farce Love in a Cheat. 

FORCE OF LOVE. T. Edward Tighe. Ai 
alt. of Lee's Theodonitig. Pr. 1786. 

FORCE OF NATURE, THE. P. 2 a 
Tiiackeray. Hay., July 16, 1830, N.p. 

FORCE OF RIDICULE, THE 
French. Thos. Holcroft. D.L. 
1796. N.p. 

FORCE OF TRUTH, Orat, 
1744. 

FORCED FROM HOME. D, 
Wills, Duke's, February 2, 1880, 

FORCED LADY, THE, T. Massinger. De- 
stroyed by Warburton's servant. See Minerva's 
Sacrifice. 

1-'0K€ED 

FORCED 
.Vrnn-.tT'cing, 

FORCED 



LADY. Sc 

MARRIAGK 

Wr. 17.54, 

MARRIAGE, 

Moliere, Pr. 1762. 

FORC'D MARRIAGE, 



T. J. 



C Fr. the 
December 6, 

Dr. Hoadloy. 

4 a, W. G. 



Furc'd Marriage. 
. THE. T, Dr. John 
I'r. 1770. 
THE. C. Tninsl. fr. 



THE. C John 



Mariage Force.' 



Ozell. 
Not 



THE JEALOUS 
Mrs. Behn. Ac. 



Transl. of Moliere's 
intended for the stage, 

FORC'D MARRIAGE; OR, 
BRIDEGROOM, THE, T,C. 
at Queen's T., 1672, Pr, 1671. 

FORCED MARRIAGE; OR. THE RETURN 
FROM SIBERIA, THE. D. 2 a. Mrs. T. P. 
Cooke. Surrey, December 5, 1842. 

FORC'D I'llVSiriAN. THE. C Jolin Ozell. 
Transl, fr. Muliere's l^e .\l cdevin Malyfc Lui. 



"THE STAGli" CYCLOPEDIA. 



].5§ 



FOREBODINGS. P. 1 a. T. A. Palmer. 
FORECASTLE FUN; OH, SATURDAY 
NIGHT AT SEA. M. Ent. CO., 1798. N.p. 

FOREGONE CONCLUSION, A. Sre rrie><t or 
I'di liter. 

FOREIGiX BUTLER. THE. Cii. 1 :i. If. K. 
Campbell ciml G. G. Sciirfleld. CaHi'^lt' H^riM.. 
Frl.iUiiry 17, 1906. 

FOREIGN POLICY. P. 1 a. Coiian Doyle. 
Terry's, June 3, 1893. 

FOREIGN WOMAN, THE. Hist. P. 2 a. 
G. Vesian Pic. Wolverhampton P.O.W., Oc- 
tober 25, 1902; Manchester Queen's, August 31, 
1903. 

FOREMAN OF THE WORKS, THE. Dom. D. 
4 a. Geo. Manville Fenn. Fr. his novel " The 
Parson o' Dumford." Standard, March 8, 1886. 

FOREST, THE. B. Jonsoii. 1610. 

FOREST KEEPER, THE. D. 2 a. U. Holl. 
D.L., February 15, 1860. 

FOREST MAIDEN, THE. 0. J. H. Tully. 
Surrey. 

FOREST OF ARDENNES, THE. Mus. D. 
Wade. Dublin, 1821; Victoria. 1833. 

FOREST OF BONDY', THE. MeloD. C.G., 
September 30, 1814; Lyceum, November 1, 1824; 
D.L., July 6, 1835. 

FOREST OF HERMANSTADT; OR, PRIN- 
CESS AND NO PRINCESS, THE. Melo-d. 2 a. 
Ac. by C.G. Co., October 7, 1808. Alt. of La 
Foret d'Hennanstadt ou La Fausse Epouse. 
Arranged as Melo-d. by Dibdin. 

FORESTER: OR, THE ROYAL SEAL, THE. 
D. John Bayley. An imitation of The Mid- 
summer Night's Dream. Pr. 1798. N. ac. 

FORESTER KING, THE. Hist. Melo-d. 5 a. 
Dr. Howard. Macclesfield T.R., September 19, 
1892. 

FORESTERS DAUGHTER, THE. Oa. W. C. 
Masters. St. Geo. H., November 13, 1867. 

FORESTERS, THE. P. 3 a. T. J. Serle. 
M. by Loder. CO., October, 1838. 

FORESTERS; A PICTURE OF RURAL 
MANNERS, THE. P. Bell Plumptre. Transl. 
fr. the German of Iffland. Pr. 1799. 

FORESTERS, ROBIN HOOD, AND MAID 
MARIAN, THE. Poetic D. 4 a. Tennyson. 
M. by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Lyceum, March 17, 
1892 (C.P.); Daly's, October 3, 1893. 

FORESTERS' MASQUE, THE. A Court 
Masique. Ac. 1574. 

FORGE MASTER, THE. D. G. M. Wood. 
Fr. Georges Ohnet's novel, " Le Maitre de 
Forges." Lynn T.R., October 23, 1884. 

FORGE OF VULCAN, THE. Marylebone 
Gardens, 1776. 

FORGED CHEQUES. D. Ed\< d. Darbey. 
Richmond H.M.T., December 7, 1882. 

FORGER; OR, GOOD AND EVIL, THE. D. 
4 a. Eleph. and C. (first time in London), 
November 13, 1886. 

FORGERY. D. 3 a. J. Carne Ross. Lad- 
broke H., April 10, 1888. 

FORGERY' , THE. D. 5 a. Pr. 1814. 

FORGERY; OR, ANOTHER MAN'S CRIME. 
Sk. 3 scenes. C. Stanley Self. Sadler's Wells, 
September 18, 1899. 

FORGERY; OR, THE READING OP THE 
WILL. J. B. Buckstone. Adelphi, March 5, 
1832. 

FORGET AND FORGIVE. CD. 3 a. John 
Daly Besemeres. Charing Cross, January 5. 
1874. 

FORGET AND FORGIVE; OR, REN- 
CON I UKS IN PARIS. C. 5 a. D.L.. Novem- 
ber 21, 1S27. 



FORGET AND FORGIVE; OR, THE ROAD 
TO HAPPINESS. C. Lindoe. Newcastle, 1804. 

FORGET ME NOT. D. 3 a. Herman Meri- 
vale and F. C. Giovo. Lyceum, August 21, 
1879; Avenue, May 21, 1892; Savoy, October 15, 
1904. 

FORGIVE AND FORGET. Ca. I a. D.L., 
October 31, 1835; Olympic, October 22, 1838. 

FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES. D. Prol. 
and 3 a. Naomi Hope. Brighton Gaiety, June 
1, 1896. 

FORGIVEN. C. 4 a. James Albery. Globe, 
March 9, 1872. 

FORGIVENESS. Ca. J. Comyus Carr. St. 
James's, December 30, 1891. 

FORGOTTEN. P. 4 a. F. Frankfort Moore. 
Islington Grand, July 5, 1889; Peterborough 
T.R., October 10, 1889. 

FORLORN HOPE, A. Amor. Melo-d. 4 a. 
Katlierine F. Rand. Salford Regent T., April 
8, 1901. See The Golden Prospect. 

FORLORN HOPE. THE. D. 3 a. C. H. 
Hazlewood, Britannia, May 8, 1871. 

FORLORN HOPE, THE. Sk. Clement Scott 
and J. M. Coward. Oxford M.H.. May 22. 1896. 

FORMOSA; OR, THE RAILROAD TO RUIN. 
D. 4 a. Dion Boucicault. D.L., August .'j, 
1869; Newcastle Tyne T., October 11, 1860; 
D.L.. May 26, 1891. 

FORSAKEN; AN EVERY DAY STORY. I). 
Fredk. Marchant. Victoria, March 27, 1869. 

FORT FRIVOLOUS. CO. E. Byam Wyke. 
M. by A. Morris Edwards. Weymouth T.R., 
October 11, 1880. 

FORTE THIEVES PLAY'ED PIANO. Burl. 
Bruce Smith. Folkestone Town H., October 
29, 1889. 

FORTITUDE OF JUDITH, THE. T. Ralph 
Radcliffe. N.p. 

FORTRESS, THE. Melo-d. 3 a. T. E. Hook. 
Hay., July 16, 1807. Pr. 1607. 

FORTUNATE DEPARTURE, THE. " Wr. 
by an Englishman during confinement in Lis- 
bon under the marauders of France." Pr. 1810. 

FORTUNATE GENERAL, THE." Richd. 
Hathwaye. Ac. 1602. N.p. 

FORTUNATE ISLES; OR, THE TRIUMPH 
OF BRITANNIA. Masque, by J. R. Planche. 
M. by Sir H. R. Bishop. Prod, in honour of 
the marriage of Queen Victoria. C.G., January 
12, 1840. 

FORTUNATE ISLES AND THEIR UNION, 
THE. Masque. Ben Jonson. Ac. before the 
Court, Twelfth Night, 1626. Pr. 1756. 

FORTUNATE PEASANT; OR, NATURE 
WILL PREVAIL, THE. C Benj. Victor. Fr. 
I'aysan Parvenu of Mons. de Marivaux. Pr. 
1776. N.ac. 

FORTUNATE PRINCE ; OR, MARRIAGE AT 
LAST, THE. B.O. 3 a. Pr. 1734. See Mar- 
riage at Last. 

FORTUNATE SAILOR, THE. O. David 
Morison. Pr. 1790. 

FORTUNATE TARS. Burl. Oulton. isiu. 

FORTUNATE YOUTH, THE. Sans Pareil. 
1818. 

FORTUNATUS. Panto. Woodward. D.L., 
1753. 

FOiRTUN.ATUS. Melo-d. Ro. Prod. Iiv 
Bishop. .C.G.. Aipril, 1819. 

FORTUNATUS. See Old Fortuiiatus. 

FORTUNATUS; OR, THE WISHING CAP. 
C Not divided into acts. Thos. Dekker. 1600. 

FORTUNE BY LAND AND SEA. T.C. Thos. 
Heywood and Wm. Rowley. Ac. by the 
Queen's Servants. Pr. 1655. 

F^ORTUXE HUNTER, THE. 1'. 3 a. W. S. 
Gilbert. Birmingham T.R., September 27, 
l.'-97: Ci-onrli End OU:. Cctoliei- l.s, l.yjr. 



160 



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FORTUNE HUNTERS, THE. F. Ac. Pr. 1750. 

FORTUNE HUNTERS; OR, THE WIDOW 
BEWITCH'D. THE. F. Chas. Macklin. Ac 
circa 1748. N.p. 

FORTUNE HUNTERS; OR, TWO FOOLS 
WELL MET, THE. C. Jas. Carlisle. Ac. by 
H.M. Servants. I'r. 1689. Hay., June 10, 1707. 

FORTUNE IN HER WITS. C. Chas. John- 
son. Pr. 1705. N. ac. Transl. of Cowley's 
Naufragium Joculare. 

FORTUNE MENDS. C. F. Holcroft. 

FORTUNE OF WAR, THE. F. 2 a. J. Ken- 
ney. C.G., May, 1815. 

FORTUNE OF WAR, THE. Sk. F. C. Phi- 
lips. Criterion, May 19, 189C. 

FORTUNE OF WAR, THE. P. 1 a. After- 
wards Old Crimea. Cosmo Hamilton. St. 
James's, July 2, 1901. 

FORTUNE OF WAR, THE. Sk. By C. C. 
.\ndrew3. M. by A. Howells. Canteiibury, 
July 1, 1907. 

FORTUNE TELLER, THE. Op. F. D.L., 
September 29, 1808. N.p. 

FORTUNE TELIER, THE. CO. 3 a. H. B 
Smith. M. by Victor Herbert. Shaftesbury, 
April 9, 1901. 

FORTUNE TELLERS, THE. Panto. D.L., 
1740. 

FORTUNE TELLERS; OR, THE VvORLb 
UNMASK'D, THE. Medley. Abel Drugger. 
(John Hardham.) Pr. No date. (He died 
Septem.ber, 1772.) 

FORTUNE TO KNOW EACH ONE, THE 
CONDICIONS AND GENTLE MANORS, AS 
WELL OF WOMEN AS OF MEN. P. Entered 
at Stationers' H., 1566. ? N.p. See Common 
Conditions. 

FORTUNE'S FOOL. C. Fred Reynolds. 
CO., October 29, 1796. Pr. 1796. 

FORTUNE'S FOOL. D. 5 a. Chas. Har- 
bury. Adap. fr. the French. Stratford T.R., 
July 28, 1890. 

FORTUNE'S FOOL. Dr. Episode. Monol. 
Henry Hamilton. Hay., March 28, 1895. 

FORTUNE'S FOOL. P. Rathmell Wilson. 
(Prud. by the ReviAal Co.) Reheurtal W.C., 
February 28, 1909. 

FORTUNE'S FROLIC. F. 2 a. J. T. Alliii ; 
ham. CO., May 25, 1799; D.L., November 1, 
1814. Alt. to la. 

FORTUNE'S FROLICS. Hay., 1806. 

FORTUNE'S TASKE; OR, THE FICKLE 
FAIR ONE. P. in MS. 1684. John Home. 

FORTUNE'S TRICKS IN FORTY-SIX. Satire. 
I'r. 1747. 

FORTUNE'S WHEEL. M. Ent. Ac. at O.H. 
ill Hay., 1793. N.p. 

FORTUNES OF F.AN, THE. F.C. 3 a. H. 
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Duchess of Bermondsey. April 20, 1908; rev. 
Peckham Crown, May 25, 1908. 

FORTUNES OF NIGEL. P. Dramatised by 
Ball. Surrey, June 25, 1822; Bath, December 
7, 1S22. 

FORTUNES OF SMIKE; OR, A SEQUEL TO 
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. THE. D. 2 a. Edwd. 
Stirling. Adelphi, March 2, 1840. 

FORTUNIO AND HARLEQUIN. Pant. 
C.G., 1815. 

FORTUNIO AND HIS SEVEN GIFTED SER- 
VANTS. Fairy Extrav. 2 a. J. R. Planclie. 
F. on Countess d'Alnois's Fairy Tale. D.L., 
April 17, 1843; Marylebone, 1849; Sadler'.s 
Wells, 1851. 

tORTY AND FIFTY. Ca la T. H. 
Bayly. March 3, 183G. D.L., April 18, 18.30; 
St. James's, 1876. 



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FORTY ROBBERS. 

R., October 1, 1892. 

FORTY SHILLINGS. C;i. 
Rice. Bri.xton. April 9, 1906 

FORTY THIEVES, THE. Op. Rom. 2 a 
Fr. Arabian Night's Entertainment. The pro 
gramme sketched by Sheridan. Dialogue wr. 
by Ward and Colman. M. by Kelly. D.L., 
April 8, 1806; June 12, 1816; November 19, 
1832. N.p. 

FORTY THIEVES. THE. Melo-d. Lyceum 
(first time at this theatre), November 16, 183.J 

FORTY THIEVES, THE. Burl. Lyceum 
(Savage Club perf.), March 7, 1800; Lyceum, 
April, 1860. 

FORTY THIEVES, THE. Burl. D. 3 a. Robt. 
Reece. Gaiety, December 23, 1880. 

FORTY THIEVES, THE. Burl. Panto. Ex- 
trav. Standard, June 3, 1895. 

FORTY THIEVES DOWN TO DATE, THE. 
Burl. 2 a. and 6 scenes. G. V. Keast. Stone- 
house Grand T., Plymouth, June 16, 1890. 

FORTY WINKS. Duol. Ca. la. Geo. 
Roberts. St. James's, June 2, 1862. 

FORTY WINKS. Oa. H. B. Farnie. Hay., 
November 2, 1872. 

FORWARD TO THE FRONT. Military and 
Naval Spec. D. Geo. Fawcett Rowe. Norwich 
T.R., October 1, 1888. 

FORZA DEL DESTIXO, LA. 0. 4 a. Verdi. 
Lib. by Plane. St Petert.burg, 1862. H.M.T. 
June 22, 1S67. 

FOSCARI. T. 5 a. Mary Russell Mitford. 
C.G., November 4, 1826. 

FOSTER BROTHERS. F. C. Burnand and 
King Hall. St. George's H. Ciix:a 1865. 

FOSTER SISTERS OF WICKLOW; OR, 
TEDDY THE ROLLICKER, THE. D. Bir- 
kenhead T.R., July 31, 1882. 

FOTHERINGAY, THE. P. la. Adap. fr. 

Thackeray's " Pendennis " by Patrick Kirwan. 
Bayswater Bijou, October 29, 1903. 

FOUL DEEDS WILL RISE. M.D. 8. J. 
Arnold. Hay., July 18. 1804. Plot fr. " The 
Traveller's Story " in Miss Lee's Canterbury 
Tales. Pr. 1804. 

FOUL PLAY. D. 4 a. Dion Boucicault and 
Ch. Reade. Holborn, May 28, 1868; altered to 
prol. and 5a; Leeds New T.R., June 1, 1868. 

FOUL PLAY. Burl. Burnand. See Foul 
Play. 

FOUL WEATHER. Melo-d. 5 a. C. W. 
Somerset. Glasgow Royalty, May 30, 1881. 

FOUND. D. 4 a. F. Havwell. Nottingham 
T.R., April 9, 1869; Manchester T.R., March 2, 
1874; Gaiety, November 14, 1883. 

FOUND. D. Prol. and 4 a. Fred Jul. Stein 
Gateshead T.R., January 16, 1888. 

FOUND AT LAST. D. 4 a. Arthur B. 
Wise. Leamington T.R., February 27, 1^99; 
Greenwich Morton's T., March 6, 1899. 

FOUND AT SEA. Victoria, April 10, 1863. 

FOUND BRUMMY. F. Alfd. Maltby. Prin- 
cess's, September 21, 1874. 

FOUND DEAD IN THE STREET. D. Prol. 
and 2 a. W. R. Waldron. Cheltenham T.R., 
August 30, 1869; Grecian, April 14, 1873; 
Marylebone, April 10, 1882. 

FOUND DROWNED; OR, OUR MUTUAL 
FRIEND. D. 4 a. G. F. Rowe. Based on 
Dickens's " Our Mutual Friend." Op. Comiquc, 
December 26, 1870. See Golden Dustman. 

FOUND DYING; OR, THE OLD WATCH- 
MAN'S SECRET. D. 3 a. M. Wardhaiigli. 
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FOUND DYING IN THE STREETS; OR, 
A WILL MADE IN A SNOWDRIFT ON THpi 
FLY-LEAF OF A RAKE'S DIARY. D. M. 
Wardhaugh. Barnsley Queen's, March 21, 1870; 
Eleph. and C, May 21, 1877. 

FOUND FAITHFUL. D. Sk. Pimlico Stan- 
dard M.H., July 15, 1905. 

FOUND IN A FOUR-WHEELER! F. T. J. 
Williams. New Royalty, April 24, 1866. 

FOUND IN A TAXI. Playlet, la. Re- 
hearsal May 30, 1909. 

FOUND IN EXILE; OR. NEWS FROM 
HOME. P. 5 tableau.\. Eliot Galer. F. on 
Phillips Oppenheim's story, " Expiation." 
Leicester R.O.H., June 11, 1888 (C.P.). 

FOUND IN LONDON; OR, PLAYING 
THEIR GAME. D. Dacre Baldie. Barrow-in- 
Furness T.R., March 3, 1879. 

FOUND ON THE VELT. C. 3 a. Watford 
Clarendon H., April 8, 1902. 

FOUND OUT. F.C. 3 a. James J. Hewson 
Liverpool St. Geo. H., January 20, 1888. 

FOUNDED ON FACTS. F. la. J. P. 
Wooler. Olympic, August 7, 1848. 

FOUNDED ON FACTS. D. 5 a. H. C. 
Turner. Keighley Queen's T., February 14, 
1890. 

FOUNDERED FORTUNE, A. D. Prol. and 
4 a. W. E. Morfon. Eleph. and C, Decem- 
ber 15, 1890. 

FOUNDLING, THE. C. 5 a. Edwd. 
Moore. D.L., February 13, 1748. Pr. 1748. 

FOUNDLING, THE. F. 3 a. W. Lestocq and 
E. M. Robson. Terry's, August 30, 1S94. 

FOUNDLING OF FORTUNE ; OR, NEXT OF 
KIN, THE. D. Prol. and 3 a. F. G. Cheat- 
ham. Victoria, April 22, 1867. 

FOUNDLING OF NOTRE DAME, THE. 3 a. 
W. Banks. Liverpool T.R., August 7, 1876. 

FOUNDLING OF THE FOREST, THE. P. 

3 a. Wm. Dimond. Hay., July 10, 1809; D.L., 

June 10, 1815, and June, 16, 1826. M. by 
Kelly. 

FOUNDLINGS, THE. CD. J. B. Buckstone. 
Taken fr. the French. Hay., June 16, 1852. 

FOUNDLINGS; OR, THE OCEAN OF LIFE, 
THE. Spec. D. 7 tableaux. Leopold Lewis. 
Adap. fr. La Dame de la Halle. Sadler's 
Wells, October 8, 1881. See Chain of Events. 

FOUNTAIN, THE. C. 3 a. Geo. Calderon. 
(Prod, by the Stage Society.) Aldiwych, 
March 28, 1909. 

FOUNTAIN OF BEAUTY; OR, THE KING, 
THE PRINCESS, AND THE GENI, THE. 
Burl. Extrav. 2 a. John M. Kingdom. D.L., 
September 5, 1853. 

FOUNTAIN OF NEW FASHIONS, THE. 
P. G. Chapman. Ac. 1598. N.p. 

FOUNTAIN OF SELF LOVE, THE. See 
Cynthia's Revels. B. Jonson. 1600. 

FOUNTAIN SEALED, A. See Only a Quaker 
Maid. 

FOUR AFTER ONE. C. Sk. Ralph Farr. 
Publ. by Abei Heywood. 

FOUR BROTHERS. See Quatre FiU .iynon. 

FOUR BY HONOURS. M. Absurdity Hud- 
dersfleld T.R., October 27, 1879. 

FOUR COUSINS, THE. CD. 2 a. Augus- 
tus Mayhew and Sutherland Edwards. Globe, 
May, 1871. 

FOUR FINE GALLANTS. C Middleton 
1607. 

FOUR HONOURED LOVBS, THE BOOKE OK 
THE. C Wm. Rowley. Entered Stationers' 
Co., June 29, 1660. N.p. Destroyed by War- 
burton's servant. 



FOUR INNS OF COURT, THE. Ac. before 

the Court. 1633. 

FOUR JUST MEN, THE. D. 4a. Geo. 
Wallace. Adotp. fr. Edgar Wallace's novel 
(C.P.) Colchester Royal, August 31, 1906. 
Prod, at Luton Grand, October 1, 1906; London 
prod., Kins's, W., October 8, 1906. 

FOUR KINGS, THE. Ac. by the Lord Ad- 
miral's servants. 1598. 

FOUR KINGS; OR, PADDY IN THE MOON, 
THE. Burl. C H. Hazlewood. Britannia, 
April 14, 1873. 

FOUR LEAF CLOVER, A. C 4 a. Martha 
Morton. Savoy, September 30, 1905. 

FOUR LEAVED SHAMROCK, THE. P. 
Wm. Travers. 

FOUR LITTLE GIRLS. F. 3 a. Walter 
Stokes Craven. Criterion, July 17, 1897. 

FOUR LONDON APPRENTICES. See Four 
Prentices, etc. 

FOUR MOWBRAYS, THE. Ca. D.L., Feb- 
ruary 15, 1854. 

FOUR P.'S, THE. Int. John Heywood. Wr. 
in metre, not divided into acts. One of the 
first plays that appeared in the English lan- 
guage. Four P.'s — The Palmer, The Pardoner, 
The Poticary, The Pedlar. Pr. between 1.543 
and 1.547. Prob. wr. circa 1540. 

FOUR PLAYS IN ONE; OR, MORAL 
REPRESENTATIONS. As follows : — The 
Triumph of Honour. T.C F. on Boccacc. 
The Triumph of Love. T.C F. on Boccace. 
The Triumph of Death, T., and The Triumph 
of Time, O., F. on The Fortunate, Deceiv'd, 
and Unfortunate Lovers. Beaumont and 
Fletcher. Pr. 1647. 

FOUR PRENTICES OF LONDON, WITH 
THE CONQUEST OF JERUSALEM, THE. 
Hist. P. Thos. Heywood. Ac. at Red Bull by 
the Queen's servants. Pr. 1615. This P. is 
burlesqued in Beaumont and Fletcher's Knight 
of the Burning Pestle. Ac. 1632. 

FOUR SEASONS; OR, LOVE IN EVERY 
AGE, THE. M. Int. P. M. Motteux. Pr. 
1699. Set to music by Jeremy Clarke and pr. 
with the O. of The Island Princess; or. Gener- 
ous Portuguese. 

FOUR SISTERS; OR, WOMAN'S WORTH 
AND WOMAN'S WRONGS, THE. F. la. 
Bayle Bernard. Strand, May 3, 1832; Lyceum, 
July 18, 1834. 

FOUR SONS OF AMON, THE. P. Robert 
Shawe. Ac. 1602. N.p. 

FOUR SONS OF AYMON, THE. O. Balfe. 
Princess's. November, 1844. 

FOUR SONS OF PABIUS. Ac. by the Earl 
of Warwick's servants at Whitehall, 1579-80. 

FOUR STAGES OF LIFE, THE. D. 4 a. 
J. Vollaire. Surrey, April, 1862. 

FOURBERIES DE SCAPIN. C Moliere. 
1671. Roytalty, June 30, 1891. See Cheats of 
Scapin. See " French Classical Plays." 

FOURCHETTE AND CO.MPANY. P. 1 a. 
Brandon Thomas. Northampton Opera H., 
November 21, 1904; Comedy, December 5, 1904; 
Terry's, December 26, 1905. 

FOURTEEN DAYS. C 3 a. H. J. Byron. 
Adap. fr. the French of Gondinet and BIsson. 
Criterion, March 4, 1882; (Rev.), February 10, 
1S92. 

FOWL PLAY; OR. A STORY OF CHICKEN 
HAZARD. Burl. F. C Burnand. Queen's, 
June 20, 1868. 

FOX, THE. See Volpone; or. The Fox. 

FOX AND THE GOOSE; OR, THE 
WIDOW'S HUSBAND, THE. C. Oa. la. B. 
W'hstf-r and Dion Boncicault. Adelphi, Octo- 
ber 2, 1S44. 



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FOX AND THE GRAPES, THE. Sk. la. 
E. H. Keating. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

FOX AND WOLF. F. Gaiety, October 5, 
1898. 

FOX CHASE, THE. C. 5 a. Dion Bouci- 
cault. St. James's, May 11, 1864. First per- 
formed in U.S.A. See The Fox Hunt. 

FOX HUNT; OR, DON QUIXOTE THE 
SECOND, THE. Dion Boucicault. New Yorli 
Burton's T., November 23, 1853. 

FOX UNCAS'D; OR, ROBIN'S ART OF 
MONEY-CATCHING, THE. B.O. Ac. privately 
near St. James's. Pr. 1733. 

FOX VERSUS GOOSE. F.C. Wm. Brough 
and J. D. Stockton. Strand, May 8, 1869. 

FOXGLOVE; OR, THE QUAKER'S WILL. 
O. 3 a. Charles Dyall. M. by G. W. Rohner. 
Liverpool P.O.W., May 2. 1883. 

FRA ANGELO. P. 5 a. VV. C. Russell 
Hay., August, 1865 

FRA DIAVOLO. O. 3a. Auber. Lib. by 
Scribe. Opera Comique. Paris, January 28, 
1830. In English adapted by R. Lacy, Drury 
Lane, November 3, 1831 ; in Italian, at the 
Lyceum, July 4-11, 1857; Gaiety, November 24, 
1870. 

FRA DIAVOLO; OR, THE BEAUTY AND 
THE BRIGANDS. Burl. H. J. Byron. Strand, 
April 5, 1858. 

FRA DIAVOLO THE SECOND. Extrav. 
J. T. Denny. Philharmonic, August 28, 1882. 
FRAGMENT, A. Chas. Hannan. Glasgow 
Royalty, December 11, 1894. 

FRAILTY. D. 4 a. Sir Augustus Harris 
and Baul Meritt. Newcastle Tyne T., July 3, 
1893. 

FRAILTY AND HYPOCRISY. D. James 
Wild. Fr. Beaumarchais' L' Autre Tartuffe; 
ou La Mhre Coupahle, and forms a sequel to 
The Spanish Barber and The Follies of a Day. 
Pr. 1804. N.ac. 

FRANCESCA. P. E. Falconer. 
March 31, 1859. 

FRANCESCA. P Alaric Burton. 
Athen., February 16, 1903. 

FRANCBSCA DA RIMINI. T.O. 
mann Goetz. The first 2 a. finished 
sketched by composer. Completed 
at Mannheim by Ernst Frank, September 30. 
1877. ^ 

FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. Grand 0. 4 a. 
MM. Baitoier and Carr^. M. by Amibroise 
Thomas. Prod. Paris Grand Opera, April 14, 
1882. 

FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. D. Prol. 4 a 
F. Marion Crawford. Shaftesbury, October 1, 
1901. Transl. by Marcel Schwob. Garrick 
(Sarah Bernhardt's season), June 9, 1902. 

FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. Ital. T. 5 a. 
Gabriele D'Annunzio. Adelphi (Eleonora Duse 
Co.), October 10, 1903. 

FRANCILLON. C. 3 a. Arr. fr. the French 
of Alexandre Dumas fils. Duke of York's, 
September 18, 1897; Royalty, July 5, 1900. 

FRANCIS I. Hist. P. 5 a. Miss Fanny 
Kemble. C.G., March 15, 1832. 

FRANCIS I. O. M. by Lodir. D.L., Novem- 
ber 6, 1838. 

FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR, THE. Military 
Spec. 4 a. J. Klpliinstone. Hanlcy T.U., 
August 12, 1872. 

FRANCOIS THE RADICAL. CO. J. U. 
M'Carthy. Fr. the French of Dubreuil Hum- 
bert and Burani. M. by Firmin Bernicat and 
A. Messager. Royalty, April 4, 1885. 

FRANK CHARRINGTON'S RETURN. C. 
1 a. G. Templemau Norman. Ladbroke 11., 
l''(bruary 20, 1897. 



Lyceum, 
Glasgow 

3 a. Her- 

and third 
and prod. 



FRANK FOX PHIPPS, ESQ. F. 1 a. Chas. 
Selby. Victoria, February 18, 1834. 

FRANKENSTEIN. BurL Bros. Brough. 
Adelphi, December 26, 1849. 

FRANKENSTEIN. Melo-d. Burl. 3 a 
" Richard Henry." Gaiety, December 24, 1887. 

FRANKENSTEIN. See Presumption. 

FRANKENSTEIN; OR, THE MAN AND 
THE MONSTER. Rom. Melo-d. 2 a. H. M. 
Milner. P. chiefly on Mrs. Shelley's " Franken- 
stein " and partly on Le Magician et la 
Monstre. Coburg, July 3, 1826; Lyceum, 1839; 
Sadler's Wells, 1843. 

FRANKLIN. D. 5 a. John Brougham. 1868. 

FRASQUITA. CO. 2 a. Meyer Lutz. Gaiety, 
May 29, 1893. 

FBATER'NISATION. Adelphi, July 1<3, 1855. 

FRATRUM CONCORDIA SCEVA. Latin 1. 
.Apparently by an English author. 

FRAUD AND ITS VICTIMS. D. 4 a. J. 
Stirling Coyne. Surrey, March 2, 1857. See 
The Streets of London. 

FRAUS HONESTA. Cambridge Latin P. 
Philip Stubbe. 1616. 

FRAUS PIA. Latin P. Apparently by 
an English author of the 17th century. 

FREA. One of three plays publ. as " Dra- 
matic Sketches of the Ancient Northern 
Mythology," by F. Sayers. Pr. 1790. 

FREAKS AND FOLLIES. F. 2 a. G. H. 
Rodwell. Publ. by J. Dicks. Ac. in New York, 
1832. 

FRED FROLIC: HIS LIFE AND ADVEN- 
TURES. D. C. Pitt. Britannia, June 17, 1868. 

FRED WALTERS, A GRIMSBY FISHING 
APPRENTICE. D. Barry Stuart. Grimsby 
T.R., April 13, 1877. 

FREDA. P. 3 a. Bernard Bussy and W. T. 
Blackmore. Strand, July 19, 1887. 

PREDBGONDE. O. Guiraud. 1837-1892. 

FREDERIC AND BASELLERS (or Basilea). 
P. Rose T., June 3, 1597. N.p. 

FREDERIC DUKE OF BRUNSWICK 
LUNENBURG. T. Eliz. Haywood. L.I.F.. 
March 4, 1729. Pr. 1729. 

FREDERICK OF PRUSSIA; OR, THE 
MONARCH AND THE MIMIC. Burl. 1 a. 
Chas. Selby. Queen's, July 24, 1837; rev. 
Strand, December, 1838. 

FREDERICK THE GREAT; OR, THE 
HEART OF A SOLDIER. Operatic Anecdote. 
3 a. M. by T. Cooke. Lyceum, July 22, 1815. 

FREDERICK THE GREAT; OR, THE KING 
AND THE DESERTER. Melo-d. 2 a. J. M. 
Maddox. Coburg, September 15, 1824. 

FREDOLFO. T. C R. Maturin. CG., May 
12, 1819. 

FREE AND EASY. CO. 2 a. Samuel Jas. 
Arnold. M. by Addison. Lyceum, September 
16, 1816. 

FREE KNIGHTS; OR, THE EDICT OF 
CHARLEMAGNE, THE. Op. D. 3 a. F. 
Reynolds. C.G., February 8, 1810. Pr. 1810. 

FREE LABOUR: OR, PUT YOURSELF IN 
HIS PLACE. D. 4 a. Charles Reade. Leeds 
T.R., March 11, 1870; Adelphi, May 28, 1870. 

FREE LANCE. P. 5 a. W. A. Tremayne. 
Britannia. October 20, 1902; Leamington R., 
April 1, 1907. 

FREE LANCE; OR, WHO WINS, THE. D. 
3 a. Charles Uonsman Alfied. August 2, 1869. 

PRKK PARDON, THE. Dom. D. 4 a. F. 
0. Philips and Leonard .Meirick. Olympic, 
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FREE WILL. T. Transl. fr. tlie Italian of 
Franciscus NiRer BasHt'iitiuus by " H. C." 
(Henry Cheeke). One of tlio old moral plays. 
Pr. (no date). Circa 1589 

FREEBOOTER, THE. Dr. and M.Slv. H. 
Brockbanlv. Lyrics by G. Hadatli. W. by 11. 
Finck. Paragon M.H., October 20, 1902. 

FREEBOOTERS, THE. S.C.O. Freely 
transl. fr. the original D. M. by F. Paer. Ly- 
ceum, August 20, 1S27. 

FREEDOM. D. Geo. F. Rowe and Augus- 
tus Harris. D.L., August 4, 1883. 

FREEDOM OF SUZANNE, THE. C. 3 a. 
Cosmo Gordon Lennox. Criterion, November 
15, 1904. 

FREEHOLDER, THE. Dr. Int. Joseiili 
Moser. Pr. 1810. N.ac. 

FREEMAN'S HONOUR, THE. P. Wm. 

Smith. Mentioned in the epistle dedicatory 
of his The Hector of Germany. Before 1615. 

FREEMASON; OR, THE SECRET OF THE 
LODGE ROOM, THE. Dom. D. 2 a. J. P. 
Hart. Queen's, June 3, 1839. 

FREEZING A MOTHER-IN-LAW; OR, A 
FRIGHTFUL FROST. F. 1 a. T. Edgar 
Pemberton. Birmingham T.R., December 17, 
1S79; Leeds T.R., September 6, 1S80. 

FREISCHUTZ, DE;R. 0. Weber. Prod. 
Berlin, 1822; Paris. 1824. 

FRENCH AS HE IS SPOKE. C. 1 a. Adap. 
by Gaston Mayer fr. the Fr. P. L'Anglais tel 
qu'on le Parle, by Tristan Bernard. Play- 
house, August 15, 1907. 

PE,ENCH CLAS.SICAL PLAYS. 
The princiipal are by Racine, Comeille, 
Moliere, and Hugo. 

Racine, Jean. A tragic Dramatist o.f France. 
1C39-1699. 

LE THEE AIDE, 16r>3. Palais Royal, June 

20, 1664. 
AiLEXANDRE LE GRAND, 1665. Palais 

Roval, December 4, 1665 
ANDROMAQUE. November 10, 1C67. 
LES PL.\1DEURS. Ca. December 5, 1668. 
BRITANNICUS. December 13, 1669. 
BERENICE 1670. 
BAJAZET. January 4, 1672. 
MITHRIDATE. January 13, 1673 
IPHIGJENIE. 1675. 
PHBDRE. Hotel de BourgO'gn*, January 

1, 1677. 
ESTHER. Sac. D. M. by Moreau. 1689. 
ATHALI/E. S.1C. D. 1690. Pr. 1691. 

CoRNEiLLE, Pierre. Born at Roiien, June 6, 
1606; died October 1, 1684, at Paris. 
MELITE. C. Ac. 1629. 
OLITANDRE. T. Ac. 1632. 
LA VEUVE C. Ac. 1633. 
GALERIE DU PALAIS. C. Ac. 1634. 
LA SUIVANTlE. C. 1634. 
LA PLACE ROYAL. D. 1G35. 
M.EDEE. T. 1635. 

L'lLLUSION COMIQUE. Extra. 1636. 
LE CID. Pr. 1636. 
HORACE. 1639-1640. 
CINNA. Pr. 1639. 
POLYEUCTE. 1640. 
LA MORT DE POMI'EE. '612. 
LE MENTEUR. C. 1642. 
RODOGUNE. 1644. 
THEODORE. T. 164,5. 
HERACLIUS. 1647. 
ANDROMEDE. 16.50. 
DON S.VNCHE D'ARAGCV. 16.",0. 
NICOMEDE. 1651. 
PERTHARITE. 1653. 



(EDIPE. 1659. 

LA TOISON D'OR. 1C60. 

SHiRTORlUS. 1662. 

SOPHONISHE. 1663. 

OTIION. 1064. 

AGESILAS. 1666. 

ATTILA. 1667. 

TITE ET BERENIOE. 1670. 

PSYCHE (with Molifere and (juinault). 1071. 

PULCHERIE. 1672. 

SURENA. 1674. 

Moliere (Jean Baptiste Poquelin). Bom at 

Paris January 15, 1622 ; died February 17, 1073. 

L'ETOIJRDI. C. Lyons, 1655; Paris, 1658. 

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LBS FA9CHEUX VAUX LE VICO-MTE. 

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1662. 
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FESTIN DE PIBBRlE; OU, DON JUAN. 

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LA PASTORALE COMIQUE. 
LE SICILIEiN. 

AMPHITRYOiN. January 13, 1668. 
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1671. 
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LES PBM'MEiS SAVANiTEiS. February 11, 

1672. 
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Hugo, Victor^Marie Viscount, dramatist and 
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FRENCH DANCING MASTER, THE. A 
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FRENCH DANCING MISTRESS, THE. May 
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FRENCH FAITH; OR, THE VIRTUOUS 
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FRENCH GIRL'S LOVE, A. D. C. H 
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FRENCH REFUGEE, THE. P. Mrs. S. C. 
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FRENCH SCHOOLMASTER, THE. C. 1662. 
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FRIENDSHIP OF PLATO. C. 1 a. Sir W. 
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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. Strand, March 
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GENOVEVA. O. 4 a. Robert Schumann 
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GENTLE CRAFT; OH. THE SHOEMAKERS 

HOLIDAY, WITH THE HtTMOUROUS LIKE 

IF SIMON EYRE, SHOEMAKER AND LORD 

MAYOR OF LONDON. THE. C. 1C57. Ac. 

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GENTLE GERTRUDE; OR, DOOMED, 
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GENTLE NELLY. D. nr:u1furil T.R.. April 

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GENTLE SHEPHERD, THE. Transl. by W. 
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GENTLE SHEPHERD, THE. Ver. ac. at 
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GENTLEMAN, THE. C. Sir Riehd. Steele. 
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GENTLEMAN CITIZEN, THE. C. TransL 
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GENTLEMAN CRACKSMAN, THE. Sk. 

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GENTLEMAN FROM IRELAND, A. C. 2 a. 

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GENTLEMAN GARDENER, THE. B.O. 

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GENTLEMAN IN BLACK, THE. F. la. 
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GENTLEMAN IN BLACK, THE. O.B. 2 a. 
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GENTLEMAN IN DIFFICULTIES. F. 1 a. 
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GEA'TLEiMAN IN GREY, THE. C. 3 a. M. 
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GENTLEMAN JACK. P. la. H. W. C. 
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GENTLEMAN OF PRANCE, A. D. 3 a. 

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CLAVIGO. 1774. 
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TASSO. 1700. 
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CABAL AND LOVE. T. 1783. 
DON CARLOS. T. 1784. 
WALLENSTEIN. T. 1799. 
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MARY STUART. 1800. 
• JOAN OF ARC. 1800. 

BRIDE OF MiEiSSlNA. 1800. 
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GIDDY GIRL. F.C. 3 a. F. Jarnian. Boa- 
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GIDDY GOAT, THE. F.P. 3 a. Adap. by 
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GIRALDA; OR, THE SIEGE OF HAR- 
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Durez. Balham Assembly Rooms. February 4, 
1902. 

GIRL iROM UP THERE, THE. M.E. 3 a. 

Hugh Morton. M. by Gustave Kerker. (Orig. 

prod. New York.) Duke of York's, April 23, 
1901. 

GIRL FROM WHERE? THE. M.F. 1 a. 
E. Moncrieffe. M. by E. Moncriefle and W. 
Dommes. llford T.H., September 25, 1903 
(amatj. 

GIRL GRADUATE: AN IDYLL OF COM- 
MEM, A. Ca 1 a. Edward Rose. Oxford 
New T., June 28, 1886. 

GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND HIM, THE. A 
variety. 1 a. Delacour Daubigny. Adap. fr. 
the French. Vaudeville, November 28, 1881. 

GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME, THE. D. 4 a. 
David Belasco and Franklyn Fyles. Sadler's 
Wells, January 6, 1893; Adelphi, April 13, 
1895. Oris, prod- U.S.A. 

GIRL I LOVE, THE. Dr. Sk. 5 sc. Pimlico 
Standard, January 21, 1903. 

GIRL IN GREY, THE. Sk. Hugo Amen. 
Metropolitan, September 16, 1907. 

GIRL IN STYLE, THE. F, Scawen. C.G., 
December 6, 1786. N.p. 

GIRL IS MINE, ±i..: HA!, THE. F. la. 
A. Jetterson. Glasgow Metropole, June 28, 
1907. 



GIRL NEXT DOOR, THE. M.C. 2 a. Walter 
Flint. M. by A. S. Taggart. Brightou 
Aquarium, July 2, 1906. 

GIRL OF MY HEART; OR, JACK ASHORE, 
THE. D. 4 a. Herbert Leonard. Surrey, 
December 21, 1896. 

GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST, THE. V. 
4 a. David Belasco. Elephant and Castle, 
September 29, 1905. 

GIRL OF THE WOOD, THE. O. Weber. 
Afterwards publ. under title of Silvana. Circa 
1800. 

GI1:l on THE STAGE, A. A rev. ver. ol 
I'he Little Cherub. Prince of Wales's, May s, 
1906. 

GIRL REDEEMED FROM SIN, A. D. Ir 
a plot and 4 a. D. Muskerry. (Grig. prod, ai 
South Shields R.T.) Aston R., August 19, 
1907; Stratford R.T., February 22, 1908. 

GIRL WHO LOST HER CHARACTER. THE. 
D. 4 a. W. Melville. Standard, October 10, 
1904. 

UIRL WHO MARRIED FOR MONEY, THE. 
D. 4 a. Castle, Neath, July 1, 1907. 

GIRL WHO xOOK TILE WRONG TURNING, 
THE. P. 4 a. Walter Melville. Standard, 
October 1. 1906. 

GIRL WHO WENT ASTRAY, THE. D. 4 a. 
W. Hibbert and F. Buhner. (Orig. prod, at 
Hyde R.T., April 5, 1907.) Stratford R.T., 
December 26, 1907. 

GIRL WHO WRECKED HIS HOME. P. 4 a. 
W. Melville. Standard, September 30, 1907. 

GIRL WITH THE ANGEL FACE. THE. 
" Mystery D. " in 5 a. James Willard. Shake- 
speare T., August 3, 1908. 

GIRL WITH THE AUBURN HAIR, THE. 
M.P. 3 a. Wr. and composed by Paul Knox. 
Walham Green Granville, June 19, 1905. 

GIRL WORTH GOLD, A. P. Perf. at King's 
Arms, Norwich, 1602. The second title of Hey- 
w-ood's play. The Fair Maid of the West. 

GIRL'S CROSS ROADS, A. P. 4 a. W. Mel- 
ville. Standard, October 5, 1903. Terriss, De- 
cember 28, 1903. 

GIRL'S FALSE STEP, A. D. 4 a. Harold 
Wyte. Hoxton King's, January SO, 1905. 

GIRL'S FREAK, A. F.C. 2 a. Lilian Felt- 
heimer and Kate Dixey. St. George's H., Feb- 
ruary 6, 1899. 

GIRL'S ROMANCE, A. D. Boucicault, 1879. 

GIRLS TEMPTATION, A. P. 4 a. Mrs. 
Morton Powell. Liverpool Star, July 12, 1909. 

GIRLS, THE. C. 3 a. H. J. Byron. Vau- 
deville, April 19, 1879. 

GIRLS AND BOYS: A NURSERY TALE. C. 
3 a. A. W. Pinero. Toole's, November 1, 
1882. 

GIRLS IN SCARLET, THE. Sk. Royal 

Standard, May 25, lyo8. 

GIRLS OF GOTIENBERG, THE. M.P. 2 a. 
Wr. by G. Grosimith, jun., and L. E. Herman. 
M. by I. Caryll and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics 
by A. Ross and Basil Hood. Gaiety, May 15, 
1907; rev. Adelphi, August 10, 1908. 

GIRLS OF THE PERIOD, THE. M. folly. 
F. C. Burnand. D.L., February 25, 1869. 

GIRLS OF THE PERIOD. By A. B. Publ. 
by Stanley Rivers. 

GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS. M.C. 3 a. Flo- 
j rence Lyndall. M. by Arthur Gatburn and 
Herbert Sydney. Llanelly Royalty T., March 
' 19, 1900. 



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tilUOFLE-CilKOFLA. Fitnuh Op. bo. by 
l.ecocq. Op. Comique, June C, 1874. Engl. 
\er. by Clement O'Neil and Campbell Clarke. 
I'liilhaiiUDnic, October 3, 1874. 

GIRONDIST. City of London, August M, 
1854. 

GIROUETTE. Comic 0. 3 a. Robert Reece. 
M. by A. Coedfes. Lib. adap. fr. tlic orig. of 
Ilemery and Socage. Crystal Palace and 
Alexandra Palace; Portsmouth T.R., March 
L>5, 1889; Avenue, June 24, 1889. 

GIRTON GIRL. Oa. 1 a. Adams and Cal- 
dieott. Publ. by Saml. French, Ltd. 

GISELLE. D. 2 a. W. Moncrieff. Publ. by 
Saml. French, Ltd. 

GISELLE; OR, THE SIRENS OF THE 
LOTUS LAKE. Burl. H. J. Byron. Olympic, I 
July 22, 1871. 

GISELLE OU LES WILIS. Ballet. T. Gau- ] 
tier Adap. fr. Heiurich Heine. M. by A. 
Adam. Paris, 1841; Her M., March, 1842. 

GISIPPUS. D. 5 a. Gerald Grithn. M. by 
Cooke. D.L., February 23, 1842. 

GISMONDA. P. 4 a. Victorien Sardou. 
Daly's, May 27, 1895. ! 

GITANA, LA. D. Pro., 3 a. Edw. Towers, j 
Pavilion, April 15, 1876. 

GITANA, LA. 2 a. Leslie Moreton. M. by 
Stephen Philpots. So. Shields T.R., November 
22, 1895; Parkhurst, March 10, 189ti. 

GITANILLA; OR, THE CHILDREN OF j 
THE ZlNCALl, THE. D. 3a. J. Crawford I 
Wilson. Surrey, October 22, 1860. ' 

GIVLIETTA E ROMEO. S.O. 3 a. Wds. by 
Giuseppe Foppa. M. by Zingarelli. Milan | 
Scala, January 80, 1796. 

GIULIETTA E ROMEO. 0. 3 a. Wds. by 
Roniani. M. by Vaccaj. Milan, October 31, 
1.S25. Prod, in London at King's -i.. Hay- 
market, April 10, 1832. 

GIULIO SABINO. O. Sarti. 1781. 

GIULIO SABINO. 0. Cherubini (a pupil of 
Sarti). 1784. 

GIURAMBNTO, IL. 0. Mercadante. Milan, 
1837. 

GIUSTINO. T. Mefcastasio. 1712. 

GIVE A DOG A BAD NAME. F. 1 a. 
" Sling9by Lawrence " (G. H. Lewis). Lyceum, 
April 18, 1854. 

GIVE A DOG A BAD NAME. D. 2 a. Leo- 
pold Lewis. Adelphi, November 18, 1876. 

GIVE A DOG AN ILL NAME. G. H. 
Lewes. See Give a Bog a Bad Name. 

GIVE A MAN LUCK, AND THROW HIM 
INTO THE SEA. J. Lyly. Ent. Stationers' 
Co., July 24, 1660. N.p. 

GIVE AND TAKE. C. 1 a. Dr. T. J. Price 
Jenkins. Neath Assembly R.T., November 1, 
1894. 

GIVE HEED. Modern Morality. Blanche 
G. Vulliamy. Court, June 29, 1909 (mat.). 

GIVE ME MY WIFE. F. la. W. E. Suter. 
Grecian, June 13, 1859. 

GLAD TIDINGS. D. Pro. and 5 a. J. 
Willing and Frank Stamforth. Standard, 
August 29, 1883. 

GLADIATOR, THE. T. Bird. (1803-1854.) 
GLADIATOR, THE. T. 5 a. First time on 

Engl. Stage, D.L., October 17, 1836; D.L., May 

7, 1875. 

GLADIATORS, THE P. Adap. by T. B. 
Bannister. Cardiff T.R., June 5, 1839. See 
The Fiat of the Gods. 



GLADYS; OR, THE GOLDEN KEY. C. 3 
R. Arthur Law. Strand, December 1, 1886; 
Avenue, August 25, 1888. 

GLAMOUR. CO. 3 a. H. B. Farnie and 
Alfred Murray. M. by Wm. Hutchison. EJiii- 
burgh T.R., August 30, 1880. 

GLASHEN GLORA; OR, THE LOVER'S 
WELL. D. 3 a. R. Dodson. Pavilion, Sep- 
tember 25, 1875. 

GLASS HOUSES. C. 3 a. P. W. Brough- 
ton. Liverpool P.O.W., April 11, 1881; Swan- 
sea T.R., March 6, 1893, as a Dr. sketch. 1 a. 

GLASS OF FASHION, THE. C. 4 a. Syd- 
ney Grundy. Glasgow, Grand T. (in 3 a, by 
G. R. Sims and Sydney Grundy). March 26, 
1883; Globe, September 8, 1883. 

GLASS OF GOVERNMENT, THE. T.C. 

George Gascoigne. Ir. 1575. 

GLASS OF WATER; OR, GREAT EVENTS 
FROM TRIFLING CAUSES SPRING, A. C. 
2 a. W. E. Suter. Adap. fr. Scribe's Verre 
d'Eau. Queen's, May 2, 1863. See The 
Queen's Favourite. 

GLAUCIS. Burl. F. T. Traill. Olympic. 
July 5, 1865. 

GLAZIER, THE. Fr. Vaude in 1 a. Ful- 
ham Grand, August 12, 1907. 

GLEAM IN THE DARKNESS. D. 1 a. 
Hamilton Aid6. 

GLEANER; OR, HARVEST HOME, THE. 
Dr. But. 3 a, with songs. Joseph Moser. 
Wr. 1809. N.p. N.ac. 

GLENCOE. T. Sergeant Talfourd. Hay., 
May 23, 1840. 

GLENDALOUGH. Irish D. 4 a. Edmund 
Gurney. Manchester, Queen's T. December 
14, 1891. 

GLI ARIBI NELLE GALLIE. 0. D.L. (two 
scenes from). December 16, 1832. 

GLI EQUIVOCI. O. Scarlatti. (Pi-ome, 
Collegio Ciementino.) February 8, 1679. 

GLI UGONOTTI. See Les Huguenots. 

GLIMPSE OF PARADISE, A. F.C. 3 a. 
Joseph J. Dilley. Ealing, Lyric H., January 
1, 1887. 

GLIMPSE OF THE WORLD, A. D. 1 a. 

Shirley Howlett. Liverpool, Gordon Lads' 
Inst., November 23, 1895. 

GLIN QATH; OR, THE MAN IN THE 

CLEFT. D. 4 a. Paul Meritt. Grecian, April 
1, 1872. 

GLITTER. C. 2 a. Gilbert k Beckett. St. 
James's, December 26, 1868. 

GLITTERING GEM, THE. D. Charles R. 
Rennel. Oldham T.R., September 21, 1874. 

GLITTERING GLORIA, F. 8 a. Hugh Mor- 
ton. Wyadham's, July 21, 1903. 

GLITTERING GOLD. Bal. Crystal Palace, 

June 7, 1S98. 

GLOAMING AND THE MIRE, THE. D. 
Edinburgh Princess's, February 1, 1869. 

GLORIANA. C. 3 a. Jas. Mortimer. Adap. 
fr. Le True d' Arthur of Chivot and Duru (a 
modern vcr. of Le Jeu de I'Amour et du 
Hasard, by Marlvaux). Globe, November 10, 
1891. 

GLORIANA. See My Artful Valet. 

GLORIANA; OR, THE COURT OF AUGUS- 
TUS CiESAR. T. Nathaniel Lee. Ac. at the 
T.R., 1676. F. on Gomberville's Cleopatre. See 
Court of Augustus Caesar. 

GLORIE ASTON. P. 4 a. Forbes Daw- 
son. Wolverhampton Royal Star, March 7, 
1898. 



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GLORIOUS FIRST OF JUNE, THE. M. Ent. 
D.L., July 2, 1794. Ascr. to Sheridan and 
Cobb. Songs by the Duke of Leeds, Lord Mul- 
grave, Mrs. Robinson, Richardson, etc. N.p 

GLORY. P. 1 a. H. P. Grattan. Halifax 
T.R., January 2, 1871; Charing Cr., June 10, 
1873. 

GLOUCESTERSHIRE SQUIRE, THE. 
Another title for The Country Sciuire. Pr 
1734. 

GLOWWORM, THE. D. Count de la Isla. 
Adap. ir. his French story. Aberdeen H.M.'I., 
March 10, 1884. 

GLUCK IM WINKEL, DAS. D. 3 a. Her- 
mann Suderinam. St. George's Hall, February 
2, 1900; Gt. Queen St. T., February 10, 1903. 

GNOME; OR, HARLEQUIN UNDER- 
GROUND, THE. Pant. Ascr. to R. Wewitzer. 
Hay., 1788. 

GNOME FLY, THE. Adelplii, 1838. 

GNOME FLY, THE. Pant. Geo. Conquest 
and H. Spry. Grecian, December 24, 1869. 

GNOME KING; OR, THE GIANT MOUN- 
TAINS, THE. D. 2 a. C.G., October, 1819. 

GNOME KING AND THE GOOD FAIRY OF 
THE SILVER MINE, THE. Orig. Extrav. 
Wm. Brough. Queen's, December 26, 1868. 

GO-AHEAD LADIES' CLUB, THE. F. Miss 
Hammond Hills. Bayswater Bijou, October 2, 
1901. 

GO BANG. Mus. F.C., 2 a. Adrian Ross 
and Osmond Carr. Trafalgar, March 10, 1894. 

GO STRAIGHT; OR, HONEST HEARTS. D. 
Leonard Outram. Globe, August 2, IS',,4 
(C.P.). 

GO TO PUTNEY; OR, A STORY OF THE 
P.CAT RACE. F. Harry Lemon. Adelphi, 
April 6, 1868. 

GOAT'S MASIQUE, THE. Ac. at Court 
about 1611. 

GOBLIN AND THE SEXTON, THE. Sk. 
3 so. Cayley Calvert. Collins's M.H., Decem- 
ber 24, lyuu. 

GOBLIN BAT, THE. Pant. F. Bowyer. 
Britannia, December 27, 1886. 

GOBLINS, THE. T.C. Sir John Suckling. 
Ac. at the Private house in Blackfriars. Pr. 
1646. T.R., January 24, 16C7. 

GOD AN 15 NATURE. Orat. M. by Meyer- 
beer. 1811 

GOD AND THE MAN. - See Storm Beaten. 

GOD, HYS PROMISES. T. or Int. Bishop 
Bale. One of the first dramatic pieces pr. in 
England (1538). Ac. by young men at the 
Market Cross in Kilkenny on a Sunday in 1552. 

GOD OF WAR, THE. D. 4 a. Chas. 
Whitlock. Wigan T.R., April 18, 1898; Strat- 
ford T.R., February 27, 1899. 

GOD SAVE THE KING. 1 a. Castunie P. 
Stourbridge Alhambra, November 18, 1908; 
Crouch End Hipp., February 15, 1909. 

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN." D. 5 a. R. Pal- 
grr.ve and F. Glover. Sanger's, September 
13, 1886; Bristol Prince's, April 24, 1886. 

GOD SPEED THE PLOUGH. Ac. at the 
Rose T., December 27, 1593. N.p. 

GOD'S PROMISES. A tragedy manifesting 
the chief promises of God unto man. This 
curious interlude, wt. by John Bale, i.s re- 
printed in Dodsley's Collection. See God, Hys, 
etc. 

GODDESS OF DESTRUCTION, THE. Rom. 
Military D. 4 a. Terence Nerrey. Liverpool 
Queen's, March 6, 1908 (C.P.). 

GODDWYN. T. Thos. Rowleie. Pr. 1778. 
Supposed to be wr. by Thos. Chatterton. 



GODFREY OF BULLOIGNE, WITH THE 
CONQUEST OF JERUSALEM. Int. Danter. 
En. at Stationers' Co., June 19, 1594. A 
" Second Part " was ac. at the Rose, July 19, 
1594. N.p. 

GODIVA; OR, YE LADYE OF COVENTRIE 
AND YE EXYLE FAYRIE. Burl. Hist. Fancy. 
1 a. By the Authors of The Princesses in the 
Tower. Strand, July 7, 1851. See Lady Godiva. 

GODLY QUEEN HESTER. Mir. P. Anon 
i5(;i. 

GODOLPHIN, THE LION OF THE NORTH. 
P. 5 a. B. Thompson. M. by Home. D.L., 
1813. 

GODOLPHINS, THE. Surrey, April 9, 18C0. 

GODPAPA. F.C. 3 a. F. C. Philips • nd 
Chas. Brookfield. Comedy, October 22, 3891. 

GOETZ OF BERLICHINGEN WITH THE 
IRON HAND. T. Transl. fr. Goethe by Wm. 
Scott. Pr. 1799. N.ac. 

GOG AND MAGOG. Pant. December 27, 
1822 

GOGGINS' GINGHAM. Strand, May 4, 1803. 

GOING IT! ANOTHER LESSON TO 
FATHERS. F.C. 3 a. J. M. Morton and W. 
A. Vicars. Glasgow Royalty, November 13, 
1885; Toole's, December 7, 1885. 

GOING ON PARADE. Epls. 1 a. H. M. 
Richardson. Manchester Gaiety, March 15, 
1.U19. 

GOING ON THE STAGE. M.C. 1 a. Mrs. 
Re Henry. M. by Ernest Crook. Corn Exge., 
Blandford, February 18, 1895. 

GOING THE PACE. D. 4 a. Arthur Shir- 
ley and Ben Landeck. Star, Wolverhampton 
(C.P.), August 24, 1898; Pavilion, October 24, 
1898. 

GOING TO CHOBHAM; OR, THE PETTI- 
COAT CAPTAINS. F. 1 a. C. H. Hazlewood. 
City of London T., Grecian Saloon. 

GOING TO THE BAD. C. 2 a. Tom Tay- 
lor. Olympic, June 5, 1858. 

GOING TO THE DERBY. F. 1 a. J. M. 
Morton. Adelphi, May 22, 1848. 

GOING TO THE DOGS. F. 1 a. W. Brough 
and Andrew Halliday. D.L., March 6, 1865. 

GOLD. D. 5 a. Chas. Reade. D.L., Janu- 
ary 10, 1833. See It's Never Too Late to 
Mend. 

GOLD AND GILT. Burl. Sensational D. 
H. J. Byron. Publ. by French. 

GOLD CRAZE. P. 4 a. Brandon Thomas. 
Princess's, November 30, 1889. 

GOLD-DIGGERS, THE. CO. 3 a. W. W. 
Petrie. Balham Duchess, June 9, 1902. 

GOLD DIGGERS; OR, THE GIRLS FROM 
UTAH, THE. CO. 3 a. By W. W. Petre and 
Claude AveJing. Bath Royal, April 16, 1906. 

GOLD DUST. D. James Rymer. Worthing 
.Montague H., July 23, 1878 

GOLD DUST. D. 5 a. Geo. De Lara. 
Blackpool Winter Gardens, April 29, 1887. 

GOLD FIEND; OR, THE DEMON GAME- 
STER, THE. 0. 3 a. W. Thompson Town- 
send. Queen's, May, 1850. 

GOLD GUITAR, THE. City of London. 
Se.pteimber 1, 1851. 

GOLD IS NOTHING— HAPPINESS IS ALL. 
D. John Levey. Leeds Amphi., October 5, 
lSt;8; East London, November 29, 1869. 

GOLD MINE, A. 3 a. G. H. Jessop and 
Brander Matthews. First prod, in America. 
Gaiety, July 21, :890. 

GOLD MINE; OR. THE MILLER OF GRE- 
NOBLE. D. 2 a. E. Stirling; D.L., 1854. 



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GOLD SEKKKKS; OR, TUE DYING GIKT, 
TUE. J*. Victoria T., December, 1838. 

GOLD SLAVE, THE. D. 5 a. T. G. Bar- 
clay. Longton T.R., July 8, 18s6. 

GOLDEN ACE; OR, BUBBLES. Sk. L. 

Mortimer. Bedfcnxi, January 4, 19iji). 

GOLDEN AGE, THE. P. 4 a. Vincent 
Brown. Worthing T.R , July 7, 1902. 

GOLDEN AGE; OK, llERROT'S SACRI- 
FICE, THE. Mus. Rorn. Henry Byatt. M. by 
Florian Pascal. Savoy, July 5, 1897. 

GOLDEN AGE; OR, THE LIVES OF 
JUPITER AND SATURN. THE. Hist. P. 
Thomas Heywood. Story fr. Galtruchius and 
other heithcn mythologists. Red Bull T. Pr. 
1611. 

GOLDEN AGE RESTOR'D, THE. Masque. 
Ben Jonscn. Ac at Court, 1615. Pr. 1641. 

GOLDEN APPLE, IHE. Mythological 0. F. 
Sylvester. Godalmng Pub. H., April 11, 18U1. 

GOLDEN ASS, AND CUPID AND PSYCHE, 
THE. P. Henry Chettle and John Day. Ac. 
1600. 

GOLDEN' AXE, THE. Panto. January 25, 
1823. 

GOLDEN BAIT, THE. C. 3 a. H. C. Lunn. 
Kilburn T.H., April 6, 1891 (.amat.). 

GOLDEN BAND, THE. D. 4 a. Henry 
Herman and the Rev. Freeman V/ills. Olym- 
pic, June 14, 1867. 

GOLDEN BOUGH, THE. CO. David Scott. 
M. by Josef Pelzer. Adap. fr. the Countess 
d'Aulnois' Le Rameau d'Or. Broughty Ferry, 
January 27, 1887 (amat.). 

GOLDEN BR4NCH, THE. Extrav. 2 a. 
J. R. Planch^. F. on the Countess D'Aulnois' 
Le Rameau d'Or. Lyceum, December 27, 
1848. 

GOLDEN BUTTERFLY, THE. See The 
Dawn of Love. 

GOLDEN CALF, THE. C. 3 a. D. Jerrold. 
Strand, June 30, 1832. 

GOLDEN CALF; OR, DOLLARS AND 
DIMES, THE. D. Pro. and 3 a. George 
Howard Coveney. Standard, June 18, 1883. 

GOLDEN CASK, THE. Sadler's Wells, De- 
cember 26, 1866. 

GOLDEN CHANCE, THE. D. 6 a. St. 
Aubin Miller. Gateshead T.R. (in 5 a), Novem- 
ber 23, 1891; Standard, August 1, 1892. 

GOLDEN CROSS, THE. O. 2 a. Ignaz 
Briill. Lib. by Mosenthal. Engl. ver. by J. 
P. Jackson. Adelphi, March 2, 1878. 

GOLDEN DAGGERS. D. 5 a. French. 
Fletcher and E. Yates. Princess's, April 19, 
1862. 

GOLDEN DAYS, THE. Oa. 1 a. Wm. 
Beach, P. Shaw Jeffrey, and W. Teignmouth 
Shore. M. by Harold S. Moore. Chislehurst, 
October 17, 1893; Sidcup, February 10, 1897. 

GOLDEN DPi,EAM, IHE. Manchester T.R., 
July 11, 1865. 

GOLDEN DUSTMAN, THE. P. H. B. 
Farnie. Adap. fr. Dickens's Our Mutual 
Friend. Sadler's WelLs, June 16, 1866; rev. 
Astley's, October 27, 1866. 

GOLDEN FARMER; OR, HARLEQUIN 
PLOUGHBOY, THE. Panto. J. C. Cross. Pr. 
1802. Ac. at the Circus. 

GOLDEN FARMER; OR, THE LAST CRIME, 
THE. Melo-d. 2 a. Benjamin Webster. Co- 
burg, December 26, 1832; rw. Astley's, 1867. 

GOLDEN FETTER, A. D. 3 a. Watts 
Phillips. Holborn, February 17, 1809. 



GOLDEN FLEIX'E; OR, JASON IN COL- 
CHIS AND MEDEA IN CORINTH, THE. 
Classical Extrav. 2 pts. J. R. Planche. Hay., 
March 24, 1845. 

GOLDEN FRUIT. D. 4 a. Henry Pettitt. 
East London, July 14, 1873. 

GOLDEN GIRL, THE. M.C. 2 a. Basil 
Hrcd. M. by Uaniish MacCunn. Birniingh: m 
P O.W., August 5, 1905. 

GOLDEN GOBLIN, THE. D. 4 a. Frank 
Msrryat. Croydon T.R., March 5, 1888; Mary- 
lebone, July 23, 1888. 

GOLDEN GULCH, THE. American D. Dover 
T.R., April 14, 1879. 

GOLDEN HARVEST, A. D. 4 a. F. Jar- 
man. Liverpool New T.R., May 26, 1890. 

GOLDEN HARVEST, THE. D. G. Bellamy. 
Queen's Hall, August 17, 1868. 

GOLDEN HEARTS. CD. 4 a. Geo. Roy. 
Shepherd's Bush Athenajum, September 22, 
1892. 

GOLDEN KEY, THE. CD. 3 a. Arthur 
Law. Leicester R.O.H., April 2, 1888. 

GOLDEN KITE, THE. Jap. love playlet. 1 
a. Herbert Shelley. M. by Stephen R. Phil- 
pot. Baysvvater Bijou, March 8, 1905. 

GOLDEN LADDER, THE. D. 5 a. Geo. 
R Sims and Wilson Barrett. Globe, December 
22, 1887. 

GOLDEN LEEK, THE. Rom. Op. D. 4 a. 
Frank E. Wade. Tenby Assembly R., March 

5, 1891. 

GOLDEN LEGEND, THE. Dr. Pm. Long- 
fellow. 1851. 

GOLDEN LEGEND, THE. Dram. Cantata. 
Sir Arthur Sullivan. Words by Joseph Ben- 
nett, from Longfeilofw's poem. Leeds Festival. 
1898. 

GOLDEN LIGHT, THE. P 4 a. G. Daring 

(Mme. Raoul Duval). Savoy, September 29 
1904. 

GOLDEN LUCK, THE. D. 4 a. W. G. H. 

Lees. Hammersmith Lyric, April 7, 1903. 

GOLDEN MEAN, THE. M.E. Brewer N p 
Jirca. 1790. 

GOLDEN PIPPIN, THE. Burla. Kane 
O'Hara. 2 a. (orig. in 3 a). C.G., February 

6, 1773; Edinburgh, 1776. Pr. 1773. 
GOLDEN PLOUGH, THE. D. 4 a. Paul 

Meritt. Adelphi, August 11, 1877. 

GOLDEN PLUME; OR, THE MAGIC 
CRYSTAL, THE. Extrav. C E. Howells. 
Walsall, Alexandra T., May 14, 1883. 

GOLDEN PRINCESS AND THE ELEPHANT 
HUNTERS, THE. Zoolog. and Eques. Spec. 
A. Ramsey and R. de Cordova. M. by C 
Corri. Hippodrome, December 23, 1903. 

GOLDEN PROSPECT; OR, A FORLORN 
HOPE, THE. Amer. D. 4 a. Katherine F. 
Rund. Rev. and alt. by J. J. Dowling, J. C 
St(wart. Orig prod, under title of A Forlorn 
Hope, at Salford Regent, April 8, 1901; 
Pavilion, July 29, 1901. 

GOLDEN RING, THE. Fairy O. M. by F. 
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GOLDEN ROOK, THE. CO. 2 a. Wr. by 
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GOLDEN ROSE; OR, THE SCARLET 
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GOLDEN RUMP, THE. Anon. N.p. N.ac. 
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GOLDEN SERPENT, THE. D. 4 a. T. N. 
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GOLDE.'^ SILENCE, THE. D. 4 a. C. H. 

Chambers. Garrick, September 22, 1903. 

GOLDEN SOllROW, A. D. 3 a. Albert E. 
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GOLDEN WEBB, THE. CO. 3 a. F. 
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GOT DEN WEDDING, A. Ca. Sydney Valen- 
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GOLDEN WEDDING, A. Musical So. J. 
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GOLDEN WEDDING, THE. P. 1 a. Eden 
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GOLDENE EVA, DIE. Daly's, June 30, 1897. 

GOLD'NE EVA, DIE. C. 3 a. F. von 
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GOLDFISCHE. C. 4 a. Fianz vou Schon- 
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GOLDFISH, THE. P. 3 a. A. Teixeira de 
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GOLDSMITH'S JUBlLEiE, THE; OR, LON- 
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GOLIATH. Orat. Anon. Pr. 1773. 

GOMBEEN'S GOLD, THE. D. 5 a. Sad- 
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GOMMOCH, THE. Irish D. 3 a. Herbert 
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GONDIBEllT. Poem by Sir Wm. D'Avenant. 

GONDIBERT AND BERTHA. T. W. Thomp- 
son. Subject fr. D'Avenant. Pr. 1751. N.ac. 

GONDOLIER; OR, A NIGHT IN VENICE, 
THE. 0. 2 a. Pr. 1814. ? N.ac. 

GONDOLIERS; OR, THE KING OF BARA- 
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GONE AWAY. C. 3 a. Edward Righton 
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GONSALVO DE CORDOVA; OR, THE CON- 
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QONZAGA: A TALE OF FLORENCE. T. 
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GONZANGA. D. 5 a. Pr. 1814 (?N.ac.) 

GOOD AS GOLD. Ca. 1 a. Matthews Monk. 
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GOOD AS GOLD. Ca. C. F. Coghlan, talien 
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GOOD AS GOLD; OR, A FRIEND IN NEED 
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GOOD BEGINNING MAY HAViE A GOOD 
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GOOD BOY AND THE BAD. P. S. J. Adair 
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(JOOD-BYE. P. 1 a. Seymour Hicks. Court, 
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GOOD-BYE. P. 1 a. Henry T. Johnson. 
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GOOD ENGLISHMAN, THE. B. O. 2 a. 
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GOOD FAIRY OF ST. HELENS; OR KING 
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22, 1872. 

GOOD FOR BOTH. Ca. John Kennedy. 
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GOOD FOR EVIL; OR, A WIFE'S TRI. L. 
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GOOD FOR NOTHING. CD. 1 a. John B. 
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GOOD FOR NOTHING. F. Yates and Har- 
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GOOD FORTUNE. C. C. F. Coghlau. St. 
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GOOD GRACIOUS! Ca. Geo. Hawtrey. Court, 
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GOOD HEART COMPENSATES FOR MANY 
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GOOiD HEARTS. iSurrey, November 8, 1858. 

GOOD HOPE, THE. P. 4 a. Hermann Heijer- 
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Nottingham T.R., April 14, 1904. Hammer- 
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GOOD HUSBANDS MAKE GOOD WIVES. C. 
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GOOD LITTLE WIFE, A. C. 1 a. Alfred De 
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GOOD-LOOKING FELLOW. F. 1 a. J. Ken- 
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GOOD-LOOKING FELLOW; OR, THE 
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GOOD LUCK Mus. C 3 a. J. P. Burnett. 
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GOOD LUCK. D. 3 a. 0. Silverstone. Nor- 
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GOOD-NATURED MAN, THE. C 5 a. Oliver 
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GOODnNATURE© MAN, THE. See Fathers. 

GOOD NEWS. D. 3 a. Henry J. Byron, 
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GCOD-NIGHT, SIGNOR PANTALOON. 
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GOOD NIGHT'S REST; OR, TWO IN THE 
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GOOD OLD BARNES OF NEW YORK. 
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bald Clavering Gunter. Ladbroke H., Septem- 
ber 25, 1888 (C.P.). See Barnes of New York. 



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GOOD OLD GADESBY. F.P. 3 a. Adap. 
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Has'tiags Public H., April 24, 19U7. 

GOOD OLD QUEEN BESS; OR, THE 
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1 a. Walpole Lewin. M. by William RobiUB. 
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GOOD OLD TIMES, THE. D. 4 a. Hall 
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GOOD OR EVIL. D. Ashton OH., Auglist 
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GOOD QUEEN BESS. O. Burl. 2 a. Leo 
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GOOD RUN FOR IT, A. F. 1 a. T. V. 
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GOOD TIME; OR, SKIPPED BY THE 
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GOOD TURN, A. C. F. W. Broughton. 
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GOOD WOMAN IN THE WOOD, THE. E.x- 
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GOOD WOMEN AND BAD. D. 4 a. W. H. 
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GOODY TWO SHOES. Sk. Chelsea Palace, 
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GOODY TWO SHOES; OR, HARLEQUIN 
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GOOSE, THE. F.C. 4 a. Chas. Thorn- 
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GOOSE AND GOLDEN EGGS, THE. Burl. 
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GOOSE FAIR. F. F. R. Goodyear. Not- 
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GOOiSiE FROM HAARLEM. P. 1 a. Louis 
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GOOSE WITH THE GOLDEN EGGS, THE. 
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GORBODUC. T. 4 a. Thos. Sackville (Lord 
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GORDIAN KNOT, THE. P. 3 a. Claude 
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GORDIAN KNOT UNTY'D, THE. C. ? ac. 
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GORILLA'S REVENGE, THE. Dr. Sk. C. 
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GOSPEL SHOP, THE. C. 5 a. R. Hill. 
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GOSSIP. C. 2 a. Augustus Harris and T. 
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GOSSIP. C. 4 a. Clyde Fitch and Leo 
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GOSSIP'S BRAWL; OR, THE WOMEN 
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GRAND DUKE; OR, CHANGE FOR A 
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GREAT ILLUSION, THE. P. la. Mrs. 
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GREAT JUPITER. CO. 3 a. Rhoda 
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GREAT MAD CITY, THE. D. Pro. and 
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GREAT MAN, THE. T. Anon. Destroyed 
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GREAT METROPOLIS, THE. Melo-d. 5 a. 
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GREAT MILLIO^fAIRE, THE. D. Mod. 
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GREAT MOGUL, THE. CO. 2 a. Edwd. 
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GREAT PEARL CASE, THE. CD. 3 a. 

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GREAT PICKWICK CASE, THE. Oa. 

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GREAT PINK PEARL, THE. P. 3 a. R. 
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GREAT POISON CASE, THE. Dr. P. 2 sc. 

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GREAT POSSESSIONS. P. 4a. Karl Rofisler 
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GREAT RUBY, THE. D. 4 a. Cecil 
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(GREAT) SECRET, THE. D. 4 a. Work- 
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GREAT SENSATION, A. D. 4 a. Arthur 
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GREAT SENSATION TRIAL; OR, CIR- 
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GREAT SILENCE, THE. Ep. of Red Indian 
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GREAT STRIKE, THE. Pavilion, October 8, 
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GREAT TEMPTATION, THE. F. East 
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GREAT TOM-TOM, THE. CO. Butler Stan- 
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GREAT UNKNOWN, THE. F. Hay., Sep- 
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GREAT UNPAID, THE. 8 a. Fred Horner. 
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GREAT WILDlERNEiSiS, THE. Melo-d. 4 a. 
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GRECIAN HEROINE; OR, THE FATE OF 
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GREED OF GOLD. D. 4 a. H. E. Silva. 
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GREEK BOY, THE. M.D. Samuel Lover. 
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GREEK BRIGANDS, THE; OR, THE MAS- 
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GREEK FAMILY, THE. Melo-d. spectacle. 
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GREEK MAID, THE. Pastl. P. Ac. by the 
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GiRiEEK PLAYS.— The greatest dramatic 
writers and their works are as follows :— 
COMEDY. 
Aristophanes. Born at Athens circa b.c. 448. 
He wrote about flfty-four plays, and of these 
eleven are extant, viz. : — 

THE ACHARNIANS, B.C. 425. 

THE KNIGHTS, B.C. 424. 

THE CLOUDS (Against Socrates), B.C. 423. 

THE WAiSPS, B.C. 422. 

THE PEACE, B.C. 421. 

THE BIRDS. B.C. 414. 

THE LYSI&TRATA, B.C., 411. 

THE THESMOPHORIAZUC^, B.C. 411. 

THE FROGS, B.C. 405. 

THE ECCLESIAZUSCE, B.C. 393. 

THE PLUTUS, B.C. 388. 
The following are among those lost :— 

THE BANQUETERS, B.C. 427. 

THE B.lBYLONIANS. B.C. 426. 

THE MERCHANTMEN. 

THE FARMERS. 

THE PRELIMINARY CONTEST (Proagon/ 

OLD AGE (Genas), ^.C. 422. 

THE ISLANDS. 

THE TRIPHALES. 

THE STORKS. 

.SIOLOSICON, B.C. 387. 

COCALUS. 

TRAGEDY. 

.3ESCHYHJS. Thiis Athenian poet was born at 
Eleiisis B.C. 525. He wrote about seventy 
tragedies, besides siatyric dramas, seven of 



which are in existence. He was the inventor 
of the trilogy, i.e., the first who made the 
three plays represented to constitute parts of 
a whole. He died B.C. 456. 

THE PERSIANS, actfid in B.C. 472. 
SEVEN AGAIINST THEBES. 
SUPPLiIANTiS (one part of a trilogy of 

which the other parts are lost). 
PROMETHEUS BOUND (one part of a tri- 
logy of which the other parts are lOst). 
OREiSTEIA, a trilogy, comprisimg— 
» A-GAMEMiNON, 

OHOEPHO'RI, 
EUMENIDES. 
See Orestan Trilogy. 

Sophocles. This poet was bom at the village 
of Colonus B.C. 496. He wrote 113 plays, of 
which eighty-one were probably produced after 
the Antigone. Serven only are extant. He 
died B.C. 405. 

ANTICJOINE, B.C. 440. 

EiLECTRA. 

TRACHINIAN WOMEN. 

CEDIPUS COLONEUS, acted B.C. 401. 

(ED I PUS TYIRANNUS. 

AJAX. 

PHIILOCTETEiS. 

Euripides. This great tragic poet was bom 
at Stalamis, October 20, B.C. 480. He wrote in 
all from seventy-five to ninety-two plays, of 
w'hiich eighteen stiill exist. He died B.C. 400. 

ANDROMAOFE. 

ALCESTIS. 

MEDEA. 

HECUBA. 

ION MEDIA. 

IPHIGENIA IN TAURIS. 

IPHIGEiNIA IN AULIS. 

HELEN. 

ELECTRA. 

ORiESTES. 

THE TROJAN DAMES. 

THDE TROJAN CAPTIVES. 

THE BAQCHANALS. 

THE PHCENIOIAN DAMSE(L8. 

THE SUPPLIANTS. 

iHIPPOLYTUS. 

HERCULES DISTRACTED. 

THE CHILDREN OF HEiROULES. 

RHESUS (doubtful). 

CYCLOPS, whidi is the only specimen left 
of what was called the Satyric Drama. 
Anaxandrides wias a Greek comic poet, who 
wrote about 100 plays, of which ten obtained 
the prize. He was the dramatic poet who in- 
troduced intrigue® oj love adventures upon the 
stage. He died B.C. 340. 

Xenophon. Greek historian. Wrote:— 

ANABASIS OF CYRUS. 

THE CYROP^DIA. 

MEMORABILIA OF SOCRATES. 

HELLENICA. 

POEMS. 
Homh:!!, who lived in the eiighth century B.C., 
wrote : — 

ILIAD. 

ODYSSEY. 
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GREEK SLAVE, A. M.C. 2 a. Owen Hall. 
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GREEK SLAVE; OR, THE SCHOOL FOR 
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GREEK SOPRANO, THE. C. 1 a. Port.s- 
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GUILTY MAN. THE. D. 4 n. St. Aiibyn 
Miller. Britaunia, July 23, 1900. 

(iHILTY MOTHKR. A. P. 6 a. 15. Lan- 
deck. Hull T.R., January 8, 1894; I'av., April 
9, 1894. 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. C. 5 a. Thos. 
Dibdin. V. on " Tlie Reprobate," a German 
novel by La Fontaine. Hay., May 26, 1804. 
Vr. 1804. 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. D. Chas. F. 
Hilder. Grecian, July 24, 1882. 

GUILTY PAIR, THE. Sk. Perclval H. 
Sykes and G. W. Byng. Cambridge M.H., 
November 28, 1899; Oxford M.H., April 7,1900. 

GUILTY SHADOWS. CD. Trol. and 4 Tab. 
Emilie de Witt. Imperial, February 6, 1885. 

GUINEA GOLD; OR, LIGHTS AND 
SHADOWS OF LONDON LIFE. D. H. J. 

Byron. Princess's, September 10, 1877. 

GUINEA OUTFIT; OR, THE SAILOR'S 
FAREWELL, THE. C. 3 a. Pr. 1800. See 
rhe Sailor's Farewell. 

GUINEA PIGS, THE. P. 4 a. Florence 
W'arden. Kennington P.O.W., July 24, 1899. 

GUINEA STAMP, THE. D. Globe, March 
27, 1875. 

GUINEA STAMP, THE. Piece, la. Cyril 

Hallward. Comedy, April 8, 1896. 

GUINEVERE. CO. 2 a. Stanley Stevens. 
M. by H. T. Pringuer. Kilburn T.H., March 19, 
1890. 

GUINEVERE. T. 3 a. Gxaham Hill. CP. 
Court, October 13, 1906. 

GUINEVERE. Vera Leslie. Adap. fr. 
Tennyson's poem. Court, June 2, 1908. 

GUIRLANDE, LA. O. 1 a. Rameau, Sep- 
tember 21, 1751. 

GUISE. Mentioned by Webster as a play of 
his. 

GUISE. Mentioned in Kirkman's Catalogue, 
1661. Possibly Henry Shirley's The Duke of 
Ouise. See Ouyes, Owisse. 

GUITARERO, LE. O. Hal^vy. Paris, 1841. 
GUL'S HORNBOOK. C. Dekker. 1609. 
GULLIVER IN LILLIPUT. R. Reece. 
GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. Spec. Piece. 5 a. 
Henry J. Byron. Gaiety, December 26, 1879. 

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. Children's Mus. 
Christmas P. Geo. Grossmith. Avenue, De- 
cember 23, 1901. 

GUNILDA. T. Rev. J. Delap, D.D. Pr. 

1803. N.ac. 

GUNLOD. O. Cornelius. 1824-1874. Post- 
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GUNMAKER OF MOSCOW, THE. Melo-d. 
3 a. Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

GUNPOWDER PLOT, A. P. 3 a. J. Oxen- 
ford. Lyceum, May, 1836. 

GUNPOWDER PLOT. A. F. Sydney Hodges. 
Olympic, May 12, 1873. 
GUNTRAM. 0. R. Strauss. Germany. 1894. 

GURLI. C. 3 a. U. Christiernson. Transl. 
and adap. by L. P. Nelson and A. Cantam. 
Croydon Grand T., May 21, 1900. 

GUSTAV VASA. O. Neuman"n. 1783. 

GUSTAVE. D. E. H. Brooke. Liverpool 
Alexandra, May 26, 1873. 

GUSTAVE III. 0. Scribe. 1833. 

GUSTAVUS, KING OF SWETHLAND. Thos. 
Dekker. Ent. Stationer.s' Co., June 29, 1660. 
N.p. 



GUSTAVUS THE THIRD. Hist. D. 3 a. 
II. M. Milner. Victoria, November, 1833. 

GUSTAVUS THE THIRD. O. D.L. (last 
act), April 9, 1835. 

GUSTAVUS VASA. T. Piron. 1733. 

GUSTAVUS VASA; OR, THE DELIVERER 
OF HIS COUNTRY. T. 5 a. H. Brooke. Pr. 
1739. Intended for D.L., but prohibited ; after- 
wards alt. and ac. as The Patriot. C.G., De- 
cember 28, 1805, under the original title. 

GUSTAVUS VASA. T. Kotzelrie. 1797. 

GUSTAVUS VASA. P. F. on Hero of the 
North. Dimond. C.G., November 29, 1810. 

GUTEM MORGEN, HERR FISCHER. M.P. 
1 a. W. Friedrich and E. Stiegmann. Royalty, 
October 21, 1903. 

GUTTER OF TIME. D. 1 a. Alfred Sutro. 
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GUV'NOR, THE. F. C. 3 a. Adap. from 
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Reece). Vaudeville, June 23, 1880; January 28, 
1893. . > > J > 

GUY CAVALIER, THE. M.P. Victor 
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GUY DOMVILLE. P. 3 a. Henry James. 
St. James's, January 5, 1895. 

GUY, EARL OF WARWICK. T. Hist. B.J. 
Pr. 1661. At Stationer's Co. a play of this name 
entered January 15, 1619, wr. by John Day 
and Thomas Dekker. Possibly the same piece. 
See The Life and Death of Guy, Earl of 
Wartcick. 

GUY, EARL OF WARWICK. Tolson. Ac. at 
T.R. 1721. 

GUY FAUX: OR, THE GUNPOWDER 
CONSPIRACY. Melo-d. 2 a. Geo. Marfarren. 
Coburg, Sept., 1822. 

GUY FAWKES. Burl. H. J. Byron. Gaiety, 
January 14. 1874. 

GUY FAWKES. Burl. Albert Smith. 
Marylebone. Easter, 1849. 

GUY FAWKES. See Ordsall Hall, Guido 
Fawkes, and Gunpowder Plot. 

GUY FAWKES; OR, A MATCH FOR A 
KING. By T. Taylor, Albert Smith, W. P. 
Hale, E. Draper, and Arthur Smith. Olympic, 
March 31, 1855; D.L., May 11, 1855. 

GUY FAWKES; OR, A NEW WAY TO 
BLOW UP A KING. Op. bo. 3 a. J. T. 
Douglass. Standard, April 16, 1870. 

GUY FAWKES: OR, THE FIFTH OF 
NOVEMBER Dr. Sk Hay., November 5, 
1793. N.p. 

GUY FAWKES, ESQ. Burl. 3 a. A. C. 
Torr (Fr. Leslie) and Herbert F. Clark. 
Lyrics by Marshall. M. bv G. W. Bvng 
Nottingham T.R., April 7, 1890; Gaiety, July 
26. 1890. 

GUY FAWKES, THE TRAITOR. D. 4 a. 
Chas. Whitlock. N. Shields T.R., July 15, 1901. 

GUY FAWKES' DAY. Burl. F. C. Bur- 
nand. 1854. 

GUY MANNERING. O. Sir H. Bishop. 
C.G., March, 1816; rev. Lyceum, October 2, 
1820. 

GUY MANNERING. Burl. R. Reece. 
Edinburgh, December, 1866. 

GUY MANNERING. See Spae Wife; La 
Dame Blanche. 

GUY MANNERING: OR, THE GIPSY'S 
PROPHECY. M.P. 3 a. Daniel Terry. 
Adap. fr. Sir Walter Scott. CG., March 12, 
1816; D.L., October 7. 1819. Pr. 1817. 



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GUYES, THE TRAGEDY OF THE. Act. at 
the Rose T., January 30, 1592. This might 
possibly be Marlow's Massacre of Paris, with 
the Death of the Duke of Guise. 

GUZMAN. C. Roger, Earl of Orrery. Pr. 
1693. Ac. at the Duke of York's T., 1667-72. 

GWENDOLINE. 0. Chabrier. Brussels, 
1886. 

GWENEVERE. " Celtic M.D." 3 a. Ernest 
Rbyds. M. by V. Thomas. Coronet, Novem- 
ber 13, 1905. 



GWILTY GOVERNESS AND THE DOWNEY 
DOCTOR, THE. Burl. G. M. Layton. Folly, 
May 8, 1876. 

GWISSE, THE. Possibly a new version of 
The Massacre of Paris, by John Webster. 
1601. 

GWYNNE'S OATH. D. 4 a. Nei.,on Wheat- 
croft. Stratford T.R., April 2, 1888. 

OWYNNETH VAUGHAN. D. 2 a. Mark 
Lemon. Olympic, 1840-1844" 



H 



H. B. F. la. R. B. Peake. Publ. by J. 

H.M.S. IRRESPONSIBLE. M.P. J. P. Cor- 
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1901; Globe (transferred from Strand), July 29, 
1901. 

H.M.S. MISSFIRE; OR, THE HONEST TAR 
AND THE WICKED FIRST LUFF. CO. 3 a. 
Capt. W. P. Drury. M. by Giovanni Nifosi and 
Stephen Blythe. Portsmouth T.R., March 11, 
1895. 

H.M.S. PINAFORE; OR, THE LASS THAT 
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H.M. SLOOP SPITFIRE. See The Alabama. 

H. SAMPSON AGONISTES. T. John Milton. 
X671. 

HABIT OU REDINGOTE? Royalty, March 
29 1888 

HADDON HALL. Light 0. 3 a. Sydney 
Grundy. M. by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Savoy, 
September 24, 1892. 

HAEUSLICHE KRIEG, DER. Oa. Schubert 
(1797-1828). Prod, in Germany. 
' HAFED THE GHEBER. D. 2 a. F. on the 
story of Fireworshippers in Lalla Rookh. D.L., 
November 29, 1824. 

HAGAR. P. 4 a. Adap. fr. Ln Fille du 
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HAGAR IN THE DESERT. (?) By Mnie. 
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HAGAR IN THE WILDERNESS. Transl. of 
the foregoing by Thos. Holcroft. Pr. 1786. 

HAGAR, THE OUTCAST JEWESS. Another 
ver. of Leah. Britannia, July 5, 1869. 

HAGS OF MISCHIEF; OR, HARLEQUIN 
PLOUGHBOY. Comic Pant. Ac. at Olvmpic 
Pav., November 17, 1806. 

HAIL FELLOW, WELL MET! Int. Hay., 
August 9, 1792. N.p. 

HAIL FELLOW, WELL MET! D. 5a. S.J. 
Pratt. Pr. 1805. 

HAIRBREADTH ESCAPE, A. P. 1 a. 
Claude Askew. Bayswater Bijou, March 21. 
1901. 

HAJJI BABA ; OR, THE STAR OF THE 
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HAL O' THE WYND. D. 4 a. Leonard 
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HAL THE HIGHWAYMAN. P. 1 a. H. M. 
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HALF-A-DOLLAR. Sk. 2sc. W. A. Haines 
and A. Borthwick. Granville, March 28, 1907. 

HALF AN HOUR AFTER SUPPER. Int 
Hay., May 25, 1789. Pr. 1789. 



HALF CASTE; OR, THE POISONED 
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HALF CROWN DIAMONDS, THE. Burl. 
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HALF MAST HIGH. D. 4 a. Tom Craven. 
Pavilion, April 1, 1893. 

HALF-PAST TEN DOWN EXPRESS, THE. 
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HALF-PAY OFFICERS. F. 3 a. Clias. Mol- 
loy. L.I.F., January 11, 1720. Pr. 1720. F. 
on Love and Honour and other old plays. 

HALF SEAS OVER. D. Mrs. Mark. Kendal 
St. Geo. H., June 24, 1882. 

HALF-WAY HOUSE, THE. C. 3 a. G. R. 
Sims. Vaudeville, October 1, 1881. 

HALIBLUDE; OR. HOLY BLOOD, THE 
MYSTERY OF. P. Perf. at Aberdeen, 1445. 

HALIDON HILL. Dr. Sk. in 3 a. W. Scott. 
1822. 

HALL OF HARMONY; OR, THE ROSE, 
SHAMROCK, AND THISTLE, THE. iM. 
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HALL PORTER, THE. P. 2 a. S. Lover. 
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HALLOWE'EN. Dr. Hifit. Playlet. By R. 
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(C.P.). 

HALLOWEEN; . OR, THE CASTLES OF 
ATHLIN AND DUNBAYNE. Spec. J. C. 
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HALT OF THE CARAVAN, THE. Div. 
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HALVEI, THE UNKNOWN. D. 3 a. T. 
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1848. 

HALVES. P. Pro. and 3 a. A. Comui 
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HAMILTON OF BOTHWELLHAUGH. A. R. 
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HAMILTON'S SECOND MAP^RIAGE. P. 
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HAMLET. A P. with this title ac. at New- 
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HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK. T. 
Wm. Shakespeare. F. on an older play now 
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letter; date of earliest edition unknown), wliich 
was trans, fr. one of Belleforest's novels. He 
took it fr. " Saxo Granimaticus." Wr. IMKi. 
Ent. at Stationers' Hall, July 26, 1602, and 
November 19, 1607. Pr., quartos, 1603, 1(1(14, 
1005, 1611, 1637; first folio. 1628. Alt. by 1>. 
Garrick,D.L., 1771; J. P. Kemble, D.L., 1800; 
Lyceum (H. Irving), October 30, 1874, to 
June 29, 1875, and December 30, 1878; Prin- 
cess's (Wilson Barrett), 1884; Globe 



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(F. R. Benson). March G. 1890; Olympic (Wilson 
Barrett), April 13, 1891; Hay. (Beerbolim Tree), 
January 21. 1S92; Her Maj., Augiiat 12, 1897; 
Lyceum (Forbes Robertson), September 11, 
1897; Lyceum (Wilson Barrett), December 9, 
1899; from the first quarto (played by Eliz. 
Stage Society), Carpenters' Hall, February 21, 
1900; Comedy (F. R. Benson), March 27, 1901; 
H.M. (Mr. Tree's) March 24, 190.") ; Adelphi 
(H. B. Irving), April 4, 1905; Lyric (Martin 
Harvey), May 22, 1905; H.M., April 26, 190C ; 
Waldorf, May 1, 1907; H.M., April 24, 1908; 
Shaftesbury (H. B. Irving), February 8, 1909-. 
Lyceum, March LS, 1909; rev. Elephant and C, 
May 3, 1909. 

HAMLET. French ver. by Eugene Morand 
and Marcel Schwob. Mnie. Sarah Bern- 
hardt's season, Adelphi, .Tune 12, 1899. 

HAMLET. O. 5 a. Ambroise Thomas. 
Paris, 1868. R. Ifal. O., C.Q., June 19, 1809. 

HAMLET. See Rosencrantz and duUden- 
gffnt ; The Grave-7iial-erf. 

HAMLET A LA MODE. Burl. Sk. G. L. 
Gordon and G. W. Anson. Liverpool P.O.W., 
October 6, 1876; Op. C, April 21, 1877. 

HAMLET IMPROVED; OR, MR. MEN- 
DALL'S ATTEMPT TO AMELIORATE THAT 
TRAGEDY. Burl. Col. Colomb. 

HAMLET THE HYSTERICAL. " A Delusion 
in 5 Spasms." Princess's, November 30, 1874. 

HAMLET TRAVESTIE. 3 a. John Poole. 
C.G., June 17, 1813. Pr. 1810. 

HAMLET WHETHER HE WILL OR NO. 
Burl. George Booth. Sheffield Alexandra, 
June 2, 1879. 

HAMPDEN. T. Lord Dreghorne. Pr. 1799. 
Mentioned by Oulton. 

HAMPSHIRE HOG; OR, NEVER SAY DIE, 
THE. Sk. 1 a. Mark Melford. Bedford 
M.H., March 13, 1899. 

HAMPSTEAD HEATH. C. Thos. Baker. 
(Alt. of his Act at Oxford.) Pr. 1706. D.L., 
October 30, 1805. 

HAMPTON COURT MASQUE. A True De- 
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HAND AND GLOVE; OR, PAGE THIRTEEN 
OF THE BLACK BOOK. D. 3 a. G. Con- 
quest and P. Meritt. Grecian, May 25. 1874. 

HAND AND HEART. P. 1 a. W. Yard- 
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HAND IN HAND. CD. 4 a. Edward 
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Surrey, March 24, 1890. 

HAND OF DESTINY, THE. P. 4 a. D. 

Vincent Buckingham. Guernsey St. Julian's 
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HAND OF ELMSLEY, THE. D. Barry 
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HAND OF FATE, THE. D. 4 a. Arthur 
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HAND OF JUSTICE, THE. D. 4 a. Max 
Goldberg. Sadler's Wells, September 7, 1891; 
Cardiff Grand T., July 30, 1894. Rev. edit. 
Brighton Eden, December 2, 1901; West 
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HAND OF PROVIDENCE, THE. D. 4 a. 
T. Gideon Warren. Surrey, August 2, 1897. 

HAND OF TIME, THE. D. 5 a. John 
Glendenning. Darlington T.R., December 20, 
1897. 

HANDCUFFS, THE. D. 4 a. Reginald 
Stockton and Eric Hudson. Nottingham T.R , 
May 11, 1393 (C.P.). 

HANDFAST. P. Pro. and 3 a. Henry 

Hamilton and M.ark Quinton. P.O.W.. De- 
cember 13, 1887; Shaftesbury, May 16, 1891. 



HANDS AND HEARTS. D. 4 a. J. «V 
Evelyn. Garston T.R., November 21, 1902. 

HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. D. 5 a. Henry 
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Princess's, November 10, 1888; rev. Dalston, 
September 21, 1908. 

HANDS OF SIN, THE. D. S. Lewfa Ran- 
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Exchange H., December 20, 1905; Widnes Alex., 
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HANDS UP. Revue. Lyrics by M. Pigott, 
P. Bower, and A. Ross. Dial, by F. Bower. 
M. by various composers. (Savage Club mat.) 
H.M., June 4, 1907. 

HANDSOME APOLOGY, A. Ca. Andrew 
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P. of W.'s, July 3, 1888. 

HANDSOME HERNANI; OR, THE FATAL 
PENNY WHISTLE. Burl. H. J. Byron. 
Gaiety, August 30, 1879. 

HANDSOME HUSBAND, A. CD. 1 a. 
Mrs. Planchd. Olympic, February 15, 1836. 

HANDSOME HUSBAND, A. Ca., Strand, 
November 1, 1895. 

HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES. 
C. 4 a. C. J. Ribton-Turner. Vaudeville, 
June 6, 1888. 

HANDSOME IS THAT HANDSOME DOES; 
A STORY OF THE LAKE COUNTRY. CD. 
4 a. Tom Taylor. Manchester Prince's, August 
15, 1870; Olympic, September 3, 1870. 

HANDSOME JACK. Melo-d. 4 a. J. B. 
Howe. 
HANDSOME JACK, THE HIGHWAYMAN. 

Marylebone, August 18, 1862. 

HANDSOME JIM. P. 4 a. Malcolm Wat- 
son. Margate T.R., July 16, 1906. 

HANDY ANDY. CD. 2 a. W. R. Floyd. 
Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

HANDY ANDY. Hibernian D. 1 a. H. W. 
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HANDY MAN, THE. M.C Herbert Shelley. 
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HANGED MAN, THE. Victoria, April 28, 
1866. 

HANGING AND MARRIAGE; OR, THE 
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L.I.F., March 15, 1722. Pr. 1722. 

HANKEY-HOMEY SHOWMAN, THE. 

" Operatic agony." Lyrics by Geo. Burnley. 
Oxford, November 2, 1908. 

HANNAH. Orat. Smart. 1764. 

HANNAH; OR, THE MISER OF WALREN. 
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HANNAH HEWITT: OR, THE FEMALE 
CRUSOE. M. Ent. 2 a. C. Dibdin. Fr. his 
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HANNELE. A D. Poem. 2 a. Gerhart 
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HANNETONS, LES. C 3 a. Brieux. 
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HANNIBAL. Hist. D. Professor Nichol. 1873. 

HANNIBAL AND HERMES. P. Robt. Wil- 
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HANNIBAL AND SCIPIO. P. Wm. Ram- 
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N.p. 

HANNIBAL AND SCIPIO. Hist. T. Thos. 
Nabbs. D.L., 1635. Pr. 1637. 



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HANS, AN ALSATIAN. M.C. Liverpool 
Queen's O.H., August 9, 1880. 

HANS BEER POT. His Invisible C. of 
See Me, and See Me Not. 3 a. Drawbridge 
Court Belchier. Pr. 1618. 

HANS HEILING. O. H. Marschner. 1796- 
1861. F. on old legend of the Erzgebirge. 
Prod, in Germany. 

HANS HUCKEBEIN. F. O. Blumenthal 
and G. Kadelburgh. Great Queen Street, 
April 22, 1907 (Ger. Season). 

HANS ROSENHAGEN. D. 3 a. Max Halbe. 
St. Geo. H., December 3, 1901. 

HANS THE BOATMAN. M.C. 3 a. Clay M. 
Greene. Sheffield T.R. (first time in England), 
March 7, 1887; Grand, July 4, 1887; Strand, 
December 21, 1891. 

HANS VON STEIN: OR, THE ROBBER 
KNIGHT. Melo-d. 2a. Edwd. Fitzball. Mary- 
lebone, August, 1851. 

HANSEL AND GRETEL. Fairy O. Adel- ' 
held Wette. Fr. Grimm's Fairy Tales. M. by 
Humperdinck. Daly's, December 26, 1894; 
Gaiety, January 28, 1895; Princess's, March 4, 
1895; Savoy, April 16, 1895; D.L. (in German), 
June 24, 1895; H.M.T., September 21, 1897. 

HANSEMANN'S TOCHTER. C. 4 a. Adolph. 
L'Arronge. Great Queen Street, March 30, 
1906. 

HAP; OR, THE MONKEY OF THE NILE. 
Burl. Crystal Pal., 1881. 

HAPPIER DAYS. CD. 3 a. Miss Sophie 
Scotti. Ladbroke H., June 17, 1886. 

HAPPIEST DAY OF HIS LIFE, THE. P. 

1 a. W. F. Downing. Bri.xton, February 13, 
1905. 

HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE, THE. F. 

2 a. J. B. Buckstone. Hay., July 29, 1829; 
D.L., October 27, 1829. 

HAPPIEST MAN ALIVE, THE. C. la. 
Wm. Bayle Bernard. Olympic, March, 1840. 

HAPPINESS AT HOME. D. C. H. Hazle- 
wood. Britannia, May 29, 1871. 

HAPPY ARCADIA. 0. W. S. Gilbert and 
F. Clay. Gal. Illustn., October 28, 1872; St. 
Geo. H., July 15, 1895. 

HAPPY AT LAST; OR, SIGH NO MOKE, 
LADIES. C. Margate T., September 13, 1805. 
N.p. 

HAPPY BUNGALOW. A. Law. St. Geo 
H. (circa 1865). 

HAPPY CAPTIVE, THE. Eng. 0. Lewis 
Theobald. Plot from I'he History of a Slave 
in Don Quixote. Pr. 1741. 

HAPPY CHOICE, THE. Past. MS. m 
library of Murphy. 

HAPPY CONSTANCY, THE. C. H. 
Jacob. 1738. See Nest of Plays. 

HAPPY CRUISE, A. Ca. Ernest Cuthbert. 
Vaudeville, November 17, 1873. 

HAPPY DAY, A. F. "Richard Henry." 
Gaiety, October 6, 1886. 

HAPPY DELUSION, THE. C. Ac. at 
King's T .in Hay. Pr. 1727. Really a pant. 1 
in 5 a. ' 

HAPPY DISGUISE; OR, LOVE IN A i 
MEADOW, THE. CO. W. C Oulton. Ac. i 
Dublin. Pr. 1784. 

HAPPY ENDING, A. CO. Bertha Moore. 
Queen's Gate H., July 14, 1901 ; Court, June 24, 
1909 (mat.). 

HAPPY FAMILY, A. D. 5 a. Benj. 
Thompson. Pr. 1799. Fr. the German of 
Kotzebut. 

HAPPY FAMILY, A. S. 1 a. John Jack- 
son. Garston T.R.. February 3, 1902. 



F. 



HazletoD. 



HAPPY-GO-LUCKY. D. 

Marylebone, July 10, 1875. 

HAPPY-GO-LUCKY. P. 3 a. T. Edgar 
Pemberton. Globe, June 11, 1884. 

HAPPY HAMPSTEAD. M.F. : a. Frank 
Duprez. M. by Mark Lynne. Liverpool, 
Alexandra, July 3, 1876; Royalty, January 13, 
1877. 

HAPPY HOOLIGAN. M.P. 3 a. Oldham 
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September 27, 1909. 

HAPPY HYPOCRITE, THE. P. 1 a. Mat 
Beerbohm. Royalty, December 11, 190O. 

HAPPY ISLAND. THE. C Fr. the French 
of Mme. Genlis. Pr. 1781. 

HAPPY LAND, THE. Burl. F. Tomline and 
Gilbert h Beckett. Court, March 3, 1873. 

HAPPY LIFE, THE. C. 3 a. L.N.Parker. 
Duke of York's, December 6, 1S97 ; Terry's, 
November 13, 1899. 

HAPPY LITTLE ADVENTURE, A. P. 1 a. 
J. Y. F. Cooke. Eastbourne New Pier Pav., 
March 28, 1902. 

HAPPY LOVERS: OR, THE BEAU 
METAMORPHOSED, THE. O. Henry Ward. 
L.l.F. Pr. 1736. 

HAPPY MAN, THE. Extrav. 1 a. S. Lover. 
Publ. by S. French, Ltd. 

HAPPY MARRIAGE; OR, THE TURN OF 
FORTUNE, THE. By " a young gentleman." 
L.l.F. Pr. 1727. 

HAPPY MEDIUM, A. F. la. T. Edgar 
Pemberton. Hay., November 8, 1875. 

HAPPY MEDIUM, A. Ca. Arthur Shirley. 
New T., November 2, 1905. 

HAPPY MEDIUM. THE. C 3 a. A. Chap- 
lin and Paul Gaye. Ladbroke H., July 29, 
1909. 

HAPPY NOOK, A. D. 3 a. Fr. Sudermann's 
" Das Gliick in Winkel." Alice Greeven and 
J. T. Grein. Court, June 25, 1901. 

HAPPY PAIR, A. Ca. la. S. Theyr6->. 
Smith. St. James's, March 2, 1868. ' 

HAPPY PRESCRIPTION; OR. THE LADY 
RELIEVED FROM HER LOVERS. THE. C 

Wm. Hayley. Pr. 1784. N. ac. 

HAPPY RETURN, THE. Ca. 1 a. Arthur 

Law. Court, January 9, 1883. 

HAPPY RETURNS. F.C. 3 a. Fred 
Horner. Fr. L'Article SSI of Paul Ferrier 
(Com6die Francaise, July 11, 1891). Vaude- 
ville, March 1, 1892. 

HAPPY THOUGHT, A. P. la. H. Tripp 
Edgar. Bayswater Bijou, March 2, 1894; 
Strand, January 12, 1895. 

HAPPY VALLEY, THE. CO. Harold Lee. 
M. by T. M. Pattison. Warrington P.H., Feb- 
ruary 10, 1880. 

HAPPY VILLAGE, THE. Extrav. Edgar 
Raynor. Camberwell Drill H., February 17, 
1894 (amat.). 

HARA KARI, THE. Jap. Play. 3 sc. Savoy, 
October 2, 1905. 

HARBOUR LIGHTS. D. 5 a. G. R. Sims 
and H. Pettitt. Adelphi, December 23, 1885. 

HAKHOUR MASTER'S SECRET; OR, THE 
WRECK OF THE GOLDEN EaGLE, THE. 
Britannia, December 21, 1868. 

HARD AS IRON. D. Burton T. of Varie- 
ties, January 16, 1885. 

HARD CASE, A. F.C. 3 a. W. Carlton 
Dawe. Terry's, October 26, 1893. 

HARD HANDS AND HAPPY HEARTS. 
CD. T. A. Palmer. Plymouth T.R., Novem- 
ber 22, 1869. 



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HARD HEARTS. D. 5 a. A. J. Charleson 
and Chas. Wilmot. Grand, April 26, 1886; 
Wolverhampton Star T., September 26, 1892. 

HARD HIT. P. 4 a. H. A. Jones. Hay., 
January 17, 1887. 

HARD LINES. D. 4 a. Geo. Comer. Man- 
chester Queen's T., April 16, 1883. 

HARD LINES. Petite D. Chas. Dickenson. 
St. Geo. H., March 19, 1887. 

HARD SHIFTE FOR HUSBANDS; OR, 
BILBOES THE BEST BLADE. C. Saml. Row- 
ley. Circa 1630. 

HARD STRUGGLE, A. Dom. D. 1 a. West- 
land Marston. Lyceum, February 1, 1858. 

HARD TIMES. P. 3 a. Cooper. Taken fr. 
Dickens. PuG). by J. Dicks. 

HARD TIMES. See Under the Earth. 

HARD TIMES IN MANCHESTER. D. Prol. 
and 4 a. Max Goldberg and E. C. Matthews. 
Broughton Victoria T., July 6, 1903. 

HARD UP. CD. 2 a. Edwd. Righton. 
Reading T.R., March 26, 883; Strand, October 
20, 1883. 

HARDACNUTE. P. Recorded by Philip 
Henslowe ae having been ac. Rose T., Octo- 
ber 19, 1597. 

HARE AND HOUNDS. F.C. 3 a. Sydney 
Grundy. Edinburch Princess's, August 13, 1883. 

HAREBELL; OR, THE WAND OF WHITE 
LILIES. M. Dream P. 2 a. G. Blackmore. 
West Croydon St. Michael's Parish Hall, Ap»-il 
7, 1904. 

HAREY THE FYRSTE, LIFE AND DETII 
OF. (According to Henslowe.) May 30, 1597. 

HARLEKIN PATRIOT, THE. D. Ewald. 
1772. 

HARLEQUIN ALFRED THE GREAT; OR, 
THE MAGIC BANJO AND THE MYSTIC 
RAVEN. Pant. By the author of Bluff King 
Hal. Marylebone, December 26, 1850. 

HARLEQUIN AMULET; OR, THE MAGIC 
OF MONA. Pant. D.L. Pr. 1800. 

HARLEQUIN AND ASMODEUS; OR, CUPID 
ON CRUTCHES. Pant. Farley, 1810. 

HARLEQUIN AND FANCY; OR, THE 
POET'S LAST SHILLING. Pant. M. by 
Smart. D.L., December 26, 1815. 

HARLEQUIN AND FAUSTUS; OR, THE 
DEVIL WILL HAVE HIS OWN. Pant. C.G., 
1793. 

HARLEQUIN AND HUMPO. Pant. T. Dib- 
din. 1812. 

HARLEQUIN AND O'DONOGHUE ; OR, THE 
WHITE HORSE OF KILLARNEY. By the 
author of Bluff King Hal. Astley's, December 
26, 1850. 

HARLEQUIN AND OBERON ; OR. THE 
CHACE TO GRETNA. Pant. C.G., 1796. 

HARLEQUIN AND QUIXOTE; OR, THE 
MAGIC ARM. Pant. J. C. Cross. C.G., De- 
cember 26, 1797. 

HARLEQUIN AND THE DANDY CLUB. 
Pant. D.L., December 26, 1818. 

HARLEQUIN AND THE SWANS; OR, 
BATH OF BEAUTY. Pant. Farley, 1813. 

HARLEQUIN ANNA BULLEN. Ent. 
Cibber. L.I.F., December 11, 1727 . 

HARLEQUIN BACCHUS. Pant. Ac. at the 
Royal Circus, April 15, 1805. Pr. 1805. 

HARLEQUIN BARBER. Panto. C.G., 
April 20, 1741. 

HARLEQUIN BENEDICK; OR, THE GHOST 
OP MOTHER SHIPTON. Pant. Sadler's 
Wells. Pr. IBOl. 

HARLEQUIN CAPTIVE; OR, THE MAGIC 
FIRE. Pant. D.L. Pr. 1796. 



HARLEQUIN CARTOUCHE; OR, THE 
FRENCH ROBBER. Pant. Hay., 1733. 

HARLEQUIN COCK ROBIN. Victoria, De- 
cember 26, 1866. 

HARLEQUIN DOCTOR FAUSTUS; WITH 
THE MASQUE OF THE DEITIES. John 
Thurmond. D.L. Pr. 1724. 

HARLEQUIN DOCTOR FAUSTUS. Panto. 
Alt. fr. The Necromancer, by Woodward. 
C.G., 1766. 

HARLEQUIN ENCHANTED. Pant. D.L., 
April 25, 1753. 

HARLEQUIN ENGLISHMAN; OR, THE 
FRENCHMAN BIT. Pant. Goodman's Fields, 
1742. 

HARLEQUIN EXECUTED. Pant. One of 
John Rich's earliest productions. L.I.F., 1720. 

HARLEQUIN FREEMASON. Pant. C.G , 
1780. Ascr. to Messink. M. by Dibdin. 

HARLEQUIN FUN. Effingham, December 
20, 1866. 

HARLEQUIN GUY FAWKES. Olympic, 
March 31, 1855. 

HARLEQUIN HAPPY; OR, POOR 
PIERROTT MARRIED. Pant. D.L., 1728. 

HARLEQUIN HARPER; OR, JUMP FROM 
JAPAN. Pant. C. Extrav M. by Dibdin- 
D.L., May 15, 1815; Lyceum, July 18, 1815. 

HARLEQUIN HOAX; OR, A PANTOMIME 
PROPOSED. Extrav. M. by Dibdin. D.L., 
June 15, 1815. Lyceum, July 18, 1815. 

HARLEQUIN HYDASPES; OR, THE GRE- 
SHAMITE. Mock 0. Asc. to Mrs. Aubert. 
L.I.F. Pr. 1710. 

HARLEQUIN IN CHINA. Pant. Wood- 
ward. 1755. 

HARLEQUIN IN HIS ELEMENT; OR, 
FIRE, WATER, EARTH, AND AIR. Pant. 
T. Dibdin. C.G. Pr. 1808. 

HARLEQUIN IN THE CITY; OR, COLUM- 
BINE TURNED ELEPHANT. Pant. Good- 
man's Fields, 1734. 

HARLEQUIN INCENDIARY; OR, COLUM- 
BINE CAMERON. Pant. Anon. M. by Dr. 
Arne. Pr. 1746. D.L. 

HARLEQUIN INVISIBLE; OR, THE EM- 
PEROR OF CHINA'S COURT. L.I.F., April 8, 
1724. 

HARLEQUIN JUNIOR; OR, THE MAGIC 
CESTUS. Pant. D.L., 1784. 

HARLEQUIN KING, THE. Masquerade. 4 
a. Rudolph Lothar. Adap. by Louis N. Par- 
ker and Selwyn Brinton. Imperial, January 3, 
1906. 

HARLEQUIN LITTLE BOY BLUE. Crv.^tal 
Pa.]., December 21, 1868. 

HARLEQUIN MOUNTEBANK. Pant. D.L., 
May 11, 1756 

HARLEQUIN MULTIPLIED. Pant. Anon. 
1726. In Bathoe's Catalogue. See Argentina 
Strega. 

HARLEQUIN MUNGO; OR, A PEEP INTO 
THE TOWER. Pant. Bate and Oulton. 
Royalty T., 1789. 

HARLEQUIN NOVELTY, AND THE PRIN- 
CESS WHO LOST HER HEART. Burl. Pant. 
1 a. Leicester Buckingham. Strand, Decem- 
ber 24, 1857. 

HARLEQUIN ON THE STOCKS; OR, A 
PANTOMIME LAUNCHED. Pant. Andrew 
Cherry. Hull T., 1793. 

HARLEQUIN ORPHEUS; OR, THE MAGIC 
PIPE. Panto. D.L.. 1735. 

HARLEQUIN PADMANABA. Paut. Farley. 
1812. "' 



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HARLEQUIN PEASANT; OR, A PANTO- 
MIME REHEARSED. Pant. Hay., 1793. 

HARLEQUIN PEDLAR; OR, THE 

HAUNTED WELL. Pant. T. Dibdin. C.G., 
1809-10. 

HARLEQUIN PREMIER. F. Pr. 1769. 

HARLEQUIN QUICKSILVER; OR, THE 
GNOME AND THE DEVIL. Pant. T. Dibdin. 
C.G. Pr. 1805. 

HARLEQUIN RAMBLER; OR, THE CON- 
VENT IN AN UPROAR. Pant. C.G., 1784. An 
alt. of Friar Bacon. 

HARLEQUIN RANGER. Pant. Henry 
Woodward. D.L., 1751-2. 

HARLEQUIN RESTORED; OR, TASTE-A- 
LA-MODE. Pant. D.L. Songs only. Pr. n.d. 

HARLEQUIN ROKOKO. Grecian, Decem- 
ber 24, 1879. 

HARLEQUIN SHEPPARD. A "night scene." 
John Thurmond. D.L. Pr. 1724. 

HARLEQUIN SHIPWRECKED ; concluding 
with The Loves of Paris and CEnone. Pant. 
Goodman's Fields, 1736. 

HARLEQUIN SORCERER, WITH THE 
LOVES OF PLUTO AND PROSERPINE. Pant. 
Lewis Theobald. L.I.F., January 21, 1725. Pr. 
1725. C.G., 1752. 

HARLEQUIN STUDENT; OR, THE FALL 
OF PANTOMIME WITH THE RESTORATION 
OF THE DRAMA. Ent. Goodman's Fields, 
March 2, 1741. M. by Prelleur. Pr. 1741. 

HARLEQUIN TEAGUE; OR, THE GIANT'S 
CAUSEWAY. Pant. Songs by Colman, sen. 
Hay., 1782. Songs only pr. 1782. 

HARLEQUIN, THE PHANTOM OF A DAY. 
Pant. C. Dibdin. Ac. at the Royal Circus. 
Pr. 1783. 

HARLEQUIN TURN'D JUDGE. Pant. 
John Weaver. D.L., 1717. 

HARLEQUIN'S ALMANACK; OR, THE 
FOUR SEASONS. Pant. T. Dibdin. C.G. 
Pr. 1801. 

HARLEQUIN'S CHAPLET. Pant. C.G., 
1789. 

HARLEQUIN'S CONTRIVANCE; OR, THE 
JEALOUS YEOMAN DEFEATED. Pant. 

Goodman's Fields, April 21, 1732. 

HARLEQUIN'S DEATH AND REVIVAL; 
OR, THE CLOWN IN PURGATORY. Pant. Sk. 
West. Lyceum (prob. rev.), April 9, 1822. 

HARLEQUIN'S FROLICK ; OR, A VOYAGE 
TO PRUSSIA. Pant. Hay., 1757. 

HARLEQUIN'S FROLICKS. Pant. C.G., 
1776. An alt. of Prometheus, 

HARLEQUIN'S HABEAS; OR, THE HALL 
OF SPECTRES. Pant. T. Dibdin. M. by 
Moorhead, Braaam, and Davy, etc. C.G. Pr. 
1802. 

HARLEQUIN'S INVASION. " A Christmas 
Gambol." Dialogue by Garrick. D.L., 1759. 
Afterwards at Bart. Fair with the title con- 
cluding. The Taylor Without a Head; or, the 
Battle of the Golden Bridge. 

HARLEQUIN'S JACKET; OR, THE NEW 
YEAR'S GIFT. Pant. D.L., 1775. 

HARLEQUIN'S JUBILEE. Pant. Arr. by 
Woodward as a burl, on The Jubilee. C.G. Pr. 
1770. 

HARLEQUm-S MAGNET; OR, THE SCAN- 
DINAVIAN SORCERER. Pant. T. Dibdiu. 
M. by J. Davy. C.G., 1806. 

HARLEQUIN'S MOUTH OPEN'D. Bentley. 
1701. See Wishes. 

HARLEQUIN'S MUSEUM; OR, MOTHER 
SHIPTON TRIUMPHANT. CO., 1792. 

HARLEQUIN'S OPERA. Ralph. 1730. Sue 
Fashionable Lady. 



HARLEQUIN'S RACES; OR, TIME BEATS 
ALL. Pant. C.G., 1803. 

HARLEQUIN'S RETURN. Pant. J. C. Cross. 
C.G., 1798. 

HARLEQUIN'S TOUR; OR, THE DOMINION 
OF FANCY. Pant. C.G. Pr. 1800. 

HARLEQUIN'S TREASURE; OR, JEWELS 
NEW SET. Pant. C.G., 1796. 

HARLEQUIN'S TRIUMPH. Pant. Johmi 
Thurmond. D.L. Pr. 1727. 

HARLEQUIN'S VISION. Pant. Rom. Leth- 
biidge. M. by Lanza. F. on Don Juan. D.L... 
December 26. 1817. 

HAKLEf.^UllNADE; OR, ONLY A CLOWN. 
M.P. 1 a. Granville Bantock. Eastbourne 
T.R., October 26, 1S99. 

HARLEQUINS, THE. C. Pr. at Dublin. 
1753. 

HARLOT'S PROGRESS; OR, THE RIDOTTO 1 
AL FRESCO, THE. Pant. Ent. Theophilus 
Gibber. D.L., March 31, 1733. Pr. 1733. Adap. 
fr. Hogarth's Engravings. 

HARMLESS HYPOCRITES. C. 4 a. Walter 
Ellis. Brunswick H., Dr. CI., Wandsworth 
Road, March 26, 1901. 

HARMONIOUS DISCORDS. Ca. Op. 
Coraique, March 31, 1873. 

HARMONY. Dom. D. 1 a. H. A. Jones. 
Leeds Grand, August 13, 1879; Strand, June 14, 
1884; Royalty, September 25, 1895. Prod, at 
Leeds as Harmony Restored. 

HARMONY HALL. Sk. Granville, Novem- 
ber 11, 1907. 

HARMONY OF THE SPHEiRES, THE. Cant. 
Romberg. 1767-1821. 

HARMONY RESTORED. See Harmony. 

HAROLD T. A MS. P. Henry Jones (the 
bricklayer). See " European Mag.," vol. xxv., 
p. 260. 

HAROLD T. Thomas Boyce. Pr. 1786. 

HAROLD. D. .5 a. A. Nance. Portsmouth 
Prince's, March 29, 1875. 

HAROLD. Hist. P. Tennyson. 1876. 

HAROLD. 0. 5 a. St. Petersburg, 1886. 

HAROLD. 0. 3 a. Sir Edward Mallett. M. 
by F. H. Cowen. C.G., June 8, 1895. Originally 
prod, in Berlin. 

HAROLD HAWK; OR, THE CONVICT'S 
VENGEANCE. Dom. D. 2 a. Chas. Selby. 
Surrey, September 27, 1858. 

HAROLD, THE SAXON. Hist. P. 5 a. J. W. 
Boulding. Leicester R.O.H., October 21, 1897. 

HAROUN ALRASCHID. P. 3 a. C. Dibdin. 
Publ. by J. Dicks. 

HAROUN ALRASCHID. O. Alt. fr. The 
.Ethioj). C.G., January, 1813. 

HARPER'S DAUGHTER, THE. T. M. G. 
Lewis. C.G., May 4, 1803. An alt. fr. Schiller's 
Minister. N.p. See Cabal and Love. 

HARROWING OF HELL. See " Miracle 
Ptays." 

HARRY GAYLOVE. See Sir Harry Gaylove. 

HARRY, LE ROY. Burl. 1 a. Pocock. F. 
on The Miller of Mansfield. C.G., July 2, 1813. 

HARRY OF CORNWALL. Rose T., Feb- 
ruary 25, 1591. 

HARRY THE FIFTH. Recorded by Henslowe 
as ac. November 28, 1595. ? The play entitled 
The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth, con- 
taining the Honourable Battle of Agincourt. 

HARRY THE FIFTH : LIFE AND DEATH. 
Ac. (according to Henslowe) May 26, 1597. 

HARTFORD BRIDGE; OR, THE SKIRTS 
OF THE CAMP. Oporatic F. 2 a. M. by 
Shield. Wm. Pcarce. C.G., 1792 and 1811. 
Pr. (songs only) 1792, (whole uiucm iryu. 



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HARVEST. P. Prol. and 3 a. Henry Hamil- 
ton. Princess's, September 18, 1886. 

HARVEST HOME. CO. C. Dibdln. Hay. 
Pr. 1787. 

HARVEST HOME, THE. D. 3 a. Tom 
Parry. Adelphi, April, 1848. 

HARVEST HOME. D. Benjamin Webster. 
Astley's, 1S67. 

HARVEST OF CRIME, THE. D. 4 a. Miss 
Maud Randford. Brierley Hill T.R., May 27, 
1897. • 

HARVEST OF HATE, A. D. Prol. and 3 a. 
Frank Withers and Henry Eglington. Castle- 
ford T.R., February 1. 1899 (C.P.). 

HARVEST OF SIN, THE. D. 5 a. G. 
Daventry. Dalston T., July 25, 1904. 

HARVEST OF WILD OATS, A. D. Prol. 
and 4 a. Hubert Bartlett. Henley-on-Thames 
St. Mary's H., March 8, 1897. 

HARVEST QUEEN. THE. O. 2 a. M. by 
riiillips. D.L., May 22, 1S38. 

HARVESL' STORM, THE. Dom. P. 1 :i. 
C. H. Hazlewood. Britannia, June, 1862. 

HARVEY'S PORTRAIT: TWELVE FOR 
ONE SHILLING. F. W. J. Sorrell. West 
Hartlepool New T.R., June 22, 1869. 

HASEMANN'S TOCHTER. Adolf L'Arronge. 
Opera Comique, October 27, 1894; Gt. Queen 
St., March 30, 1900. 

HASKA. D. 3 a. Henry Spicer. D.L., 
March 10, 1877. 

HASTE. C. 3 a. Chas. Wood. St. George's, 
January 23, 1879. 

HASTE TO THE WEDDING. F. W. J. 
Sorrell. Edinburgh Princess's, December 1, 
1873. 

HASTE TO THE WEDDING. 3 a. and 5 tab. 
W. S. Gilbert. M. by Geo. Grossmith. M. ver. 
of XJn Chapeau de Paille d'ltalie. Criterion, 
July 27, 1892. Originally prod, under the title 
of I'he Wedding March, which see. 

HASTY CONCLUSION, A. F. 1 a. Mrs. 
J. R. Planch^. Publ. by J. Dicks. 

HASTY CONCLUSIONS. C. 2 a. C. Dance. 
Publ. by J. Dicks. 

HASTY WEDDING; OR, THE INTRIGUING 
SQUIRE THE. C. Charles Shadwell, Pr. 
1720. 

HAT BOX. Charade. 1 a. H. Hersee. Publ. 
by J. Dicks. 

HATRED. 
1880. 

HAUNTED CASTLE, THE. M.E. 
Oulton. Ac. in Dublin. Pr. 1784. 

HAUNTED FOR EVER. D. 2 a. J. B. 
Howe. Britannia, February 23, 1880. 

HAUNTED GLEN, THE. Burl. 2 a. Harry 
Wi'bber and Maidlow Davis. M. by Arthur 
Mills. Woolwich R. Artillery T., April 27, 
1888. 

HAUNTED GROVE, THE. M.E. Lady 
Dorothea Dubois. Ac. at Dublin, 1772. N.p. 

HAUNTED HOUSE OF LODORE, THE. J 
1 a. and 3 sc. Jeflerys C Allen Jeft'erys. 
Guildford Town H., February 11, 1895. 

HAUNTED HOUSES; OR, LABYRINTHS 
OF LIFE, A STORY OF LONDON AND THE 
BUSH. D. Pro. and 4 a. H. J. Byron. Prin- 
cess's, April 1, 1872. 

HAUNTED INN, THE. F.- 2 a. R. Brins- 
ley Peake. C.G., D.L., January 31, 1827. 

HAUNTED LIVES. P. ."i a. J. Wilton 
.Tones. Hull T.R., April 7, 1884; Olympic, May 
10, 1884. 

HAUNTED LIVES. See Tho Woman itt. 
Black. 



D. 3 a. Oldliam T.R., Marcli 1, 



W. C. 



HAUNTED MAN, THE. Adelphi, 184$. 

HAUNTED MAN, THE. E. Chirence Boielle. 
Dr. vers, of Dickens's story. Jersey Oddfellows' 
H., St. Helicrs, December 14, 1908 (amat.). 

HAUNTED MILL, THE. Oa. 1 a. J. P. 
Wooler. 

HAUNTED TOWER, THE. CO. 3 a. Jamea 
Cobb. M. by Storace. D.L., Nevember 24, 
1789, and February 24, 1816; Lyceum, April 26, 
1809; C.G., 1832. 

HAUNTED VILLAGE; OR, THE WAY TO 
BE HAPPY. THE. Dr. Ent. Young. Ac. at 
Gainsborough, 1800. 

HAVANA. M.P. 3 a. G. Gros»smith, jun., 
and Graham Hill. Lyrics by A. Jioas. Addi- 
tional lyrics by George Arthur. M. by Leslie 
St\iart. Gaiety, April 25. 1908. 

HAVE AT ALL; OR, THE MIDNIGHT AD- 
VENTURES. C Joseph Williams. D.L., May, 
1094. N.p. 

HAVE YOU GOT THAT £10 NOTE? F. 1 a. 
Publ. by S. French, Limited. 

HAVEN OF CONTENT, THE. P. 4 a. Mal- 
colm Watson. Bristol Prince's T. October 22, 
1896; Garrick, November 17, 1896. 

HAVEN OF REST; OR, A MOTHER'S 
LOVE, THE. D. Miller Walker. Worksop 
T.R., March 14, 1868. 

HAVING A DIP. Musical Extrav. in 1 sc. 
W E. Phillips. M. by Joseph Tabrar. Can- 
terbury, August 31, 1908. 

HAWAIA; OR, THE BURNING GULF. 
Alhambra, December 27, 1880. 

HAWK'S GRIP, THE. D. 5 a. Loftus Don. 
Southampton P.O.W.'s, February 14, 1887. 

HAWKE'S NEST. D. 3 a. J. Mackay. 
Park. June 3, 1878. 

HAWKSLEY'S LUCK. Dr. Epis. 4 sc. F. 
Maxwell. Bedford, March 9, 1908. 

HAWKWOOD HALL. CO. 3 a. Lyna 
Royd M. by Geo. C Richardson. Islington,. 
Myddelton H. January 31. 1S95. 

HAWTHORNE U.S.A. P. 4 a. J. B. 
Fagan. Imperial, May 27, 1905. 

HAY FEVER. F.C 3 a. W. H. Pollock 
and Guy Pollock. Princess's, February 27, 
1902. , ^ 

HAYDEE. O. Wds. by Scribe. M. by 

Auber. Paris, 1847. Prod, in English, Strand 

T April 3, 1848, and C.G., November 4, 1848. 

HAYMAKERS' MASQUE, THE. A Masque 

perf. at Court about 1623. 

HAYMAKING: OR, THE PLEASURES OF 
\ COUNTRY LIFE. Op. bo. Allwood. Kil- 
marnock O.H., March 19. 1877. 

HAYMARKET SPRING MEETING. Publ. 
by S. French, Ltd. 

HAZARD. F. 1 a. Herbert Burnett. Mar- 
gate T.R., July 1, 1891. 

HAZARD OF THE DIE, THE. T.D. 
Douglas Jerrold. D.L., February 17, 1835. 

HAZEL KIRKE. D. 4 a. Steele Mackaye. 
Vaudeville (first time in London), June 30, 
1886. 

HE LIES LIKE TRUTH. CO. 1 a. F. 
Kimpton. M. by Kearns. Adap. Jr J>« 
Menteur Viridi^ue. Lyceum, July 24, 1828. 
St. James's, April 1, 1867. 

HE LOVES ME; HE LOVES ME NOT D. 
■I ;i VAen E. Greville. Maidenhead Grand H., 
DeLomber 16, 1891. 

HE MUST BE MARRIED; OR, THE MISER 
OUTWITTED. Op. piece. 3 a. Pr. 1815. 
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HE NEVER TOLD HIS LOVE. Ca. 1 a. 
Laurence Olde. MS. with Douglas Cox. 

HE PROPOSED. Ca. Stephanie Baring and 
Ernest M. Leigh. M. by C. P. Haselden. I-ia- 
broke H., January 31, 1000. 

HE, SHE, AND IT. " Matrimonial scene." 
1 a. Wm. Muslverry. 

HE, SHE, AND THE MAJOR. F.C. 1 a. 
Surrey, July 23, 1904. 

HE, SHE, AND THE POKER. C. 1 a. 
Pub), by S. French, Ltd. 

HE STOOPS TO WIN. Oa. 1 a. Cunning- 
ham Bridgman. M. by Wilfred Bendall. Lvric 
Club, December 15, 1891. 

HE THAT WILL NOT WHEN HE MAY. 
" Original proverb." 1 a. Herbert Gardner. 

HE WOU'D IF HE COU'D ; OK, AN OLD 
FOOL WORSE THAN ANY. Burla. 2 a. 
Isaac Bickerstafl. D.L. Pr. 1771. Taken fr. 
La Serva Padrona. 

HE WOULD BE A BOHEMIAN. Ca. W. 
R. Garton. Gallery of Illus., March 12, 1870 
(amateurs). 

HE WOULD BE A FATHER. Sk. M. Mel- 
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HELD IN JUDGMENT. D. N. S. Campbell. 
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HELD UP. P. 4 a. Bret Harte and T. Edgar 
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HENRIETTE DESCHAMPS. D. Carre. 

1863. 

IIENRIQUK; OR. TRE LOVE PILGRIM. O. 

c.g:. aK^.'Lo- '■ "^'"^*- *'• '-^ '^-'^- 

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HENRIQUEZ. T. Joanna Baillie. DL 
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HENRY II.; OR, THE FALL OF ROSA 
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HENRY IT., KING OF ENGLAND WITH 
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HENRY III. Hist. D. Dumas.* 1829. 

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HENRY IV. (in two parts). W. Shakespeare. 
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HENRY VL Henslowe mentions a P. with I 
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HENRY VI. (THE FIRST PART), WITH 
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HENRY VL (THE SECOND PART); OR, 
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HENRY VI. Shakespeare's P., rev. by Ed- 
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HENRY VII.; OR, THE POPISH IMPOSTOR 
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HENRY VIII.: THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF 
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HENRY VIII. 0. 4 a. Camille Saint Saens. 
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HENRY VIII., WITH THE CORONATION 
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HENRY VIII. Shakespeare's P. Hist. Notes 
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HENRY AND ALMERIA. T. Andrew Bir- 
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HENRY AND EMMA. Pastoral Int. Henry 
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HENRY AND EMMA; OR, THE NUT- 
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HENRY AND ROSAMOND. T. Wm. Haw- 
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HENRY DUNBAR. D. 4 a. Tom Taylor. 
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HENRY ESMOND. P. Prol. and 3 a. T. 
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HENRY OF ENGLAND. Rom. p., in prol. 
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ton. Bay^-ater, March 4, 1909 (C.P.). 

HENRY OF LANCASTER. Rom. d. Gladys 
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Stratford Borough, April 27, 1908. 

HENRY OF NAVARRE. Rom. p. 4 a. 
Wm. Devereux. Newcastle R,, November 5, 
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HENRY OF TRANSTAMARE. T. Anon. 
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HENRY RICHMOND. P. 2 parts. Robert 
Wilson. Ac. by Lord Admiral's Servants 
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HENWITCHERS. Ca. 1 a. Perty Fitz 
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HER ADVOCATE. P. 3 a. Walter Frith 
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HER ANSWER. Mus. duol. Wr. by S 
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HER ATONEMENT: OR, MISS MULTON 
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HER BIRTHDAY. Dr. Sk. Sir C. Young 
Lewes Concert H., August 13, 1884. 

HER BIRTHDAY. P. 1 a. Gerald Young 
Hastings Public H., January 18, 1899. 

HER BROTHER. F. Thos. Courtice. Car 
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HER CONVICT LOVEK. Sk. 1 a. A. Jeffer 
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HER COUNTHY'S ENEMY. Sk. Bedford, 
June 22, 1908. 

HER COtTSIN FRANK. F. George Capel. 
Surrey, June 2, 1879. 

HER DEAREST FOE. CD. 4 a. Miss Hen- 
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novel. Criterion, May 2, 1894. 

HER DEARiEST FRIEND. P. 1 a. Rose 
mary Rees. Coronet, February 4, 1907. 

HER DEVONSHIRE DAD. Sk. 1 S9. Victor 
Widdicombe. Canterbury, July 29, 1907. 

HER FATAL MARRIAGE. P. a. Clar- 
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HER FATAL PAST. D. 4 a. Nita Rae. 
West London. February 15, 1904. 

HER FATHER. D. 3 a. E. Rose and J. 
Douglass. F. on Jos6 Echegwray's Spanish D., 
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16. 1889. 

HER FATHER. P. 4 a. Adap. fr. Albert 
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tober 31, 1907. Hay., January 28, 1908. 

HER FATHER'S FRIEND. Rom. P. 3 a. 
H. A. Rudall. Savoy, June 29, 1896. 
HER FATHER'S SIN. D. 4 a. Strand, July 

23. 1889. 

HER FIRST. Sk. Holborn Empire, May 24, 
1909. 

HER FIRST APPEARANCE. Monol. Has- 
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HER FIRST BALL. Monol. John Cutler, 
Q.C. Terry's, June 29, 1899. 

HER FIRST ENGAGEMENT. Ca. Myra 
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HER FIRST FALSE STEP. D. Prol. and 
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Shakespeare, January 30, 1905 (C.P.). 

HER FORBIDDEN MARRIAGE. D. 5 a. F. 
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HER GOOD NAME. A " climax " in 1 a. 
Bernard Espiuasse. Imperial, April 17, 1902. 

HER GRACE. C. 1 a. Forbes Dawson. 
Croydon Grand, March 11, 1901; Coronet, May 

24, 1900. 

HER GRACE THE REFORMER. Ca. 1 a. 
Mrs. H. de la Pasture. Hay., January 12, 1907. 

HER GREAT MISTAKE. Do. D. 4 a. Frank 
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HER GUARDIAN. Ca. J. R. Brown. 
Royalty, March 9, 1896. 

HER KING. Rom. P. 4 a. Harold Whyte. 
Peckham Crown, September 9, 1908 (G.P.). 



HER LADYSHIP. P. 3 a. Geo. Manville 
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HER LADYSHIP'S DAUGHTER. P. la. 
Miss Everetta Lawrence. Bayswater Bijou, 
December 6, 1902. 

HER LADYSHIP'S GUARDIAN. Liverpool 
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HER LAST CARD. P. 3 a. Mrs. K. Donald 
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HER LAST CHANCE. Sk. R. Oliver. M. 
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HER LEVEL BEST. CD. Prol. and 3 a. 
Mark Melford. Brighton Eden T., Novem- 
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HER LOST SELF. D. 4 a. Nita Rae. Ports- 
mouth Prince's, December 18, 1905; Stratford 
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HER LOVE AGAINST THE WORLD. Rom. 
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tion, September 17, 1906; March 30, 1907. 

HER LOVE FOR HIM. D. 4 a. Mary Staf- 
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HER LUCK IN LONDON. D. 4 a. Chas. 
Darrell. Blackpool Grand, November 16, 1905; 
Castleford T.R., January 1, 1906; London 
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HER MAJESTY'S GUESTS. Kennington, 
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HER MARRIAGE VOW. D. 4 a. Owen 
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HER MOTHER'S RANSOM. D. 4 a. Pres- 
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HER NAMELESS CHILD. D. 4 a. Madge 
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HER NEW DRESSMAKER. Ca. W. R. 
Walkes. Newcastle-on-Tyne T.R., Deeember 
18, 1891; St. Geo. H., May 14, 1895, and May 13, 
1899. 

HER NEXT NOVEL. Ca. Kitty Smart. 
Prod, by am at. Ladbroke Hall, November 22, 
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HER OATH. D. 5 a. Mrs. Harry Wilde. 
Princees's, November 26, 1891. 

HER ONE GREAT SIN. D. 4 a. Frank M. 
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Rotherhithe Terriss, June 29, 1903. 

HER OWN ENEMY. D. Adap. fr. Miss 
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October 16, 1882; Gaiety (present title), March 
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HER OWN RIVAL. Ca. Fred Broughton 
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1889. 

HER OWN WAY. P. 4 a. Clyde Fitch. 
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HER OWN WITNESS. P. 3 a. G. H. R. 
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HER PARTNER IN SIN. D. 4 a. G. B. 
Nichols and Geo. Conquest. Surrey, Novem- 
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HER PRINCELY BETRAYER. Rom. Epi.'=. 
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HER PROPER MATE. P. 1 a. Ashton 
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HER RELEASE. P. 1 a. Henry Edlin. 
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HER RETALIATION. D. 3 a. Chas. Vor- 
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HER RETURN. Sk. Middlesex, August 2, 
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HER ROAD TO RUIN. 1). Fiedk. Melville. 
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HER ROYAL HIGHNESS. Extrav. 2 a. 
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HER SECOND LOVE. Arthur Shirley. A 
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HER SECOND TIME ON EARTH. D. 4 a. 
Walter Melville. Standard, October 9, 1902; 
rev. Adeiphi, May lb, 1903. 

HER SECRET. P. G. F. Courtney. Shore- 
ham Swiss Gardens, November 24, 1897. 

HER SECRET LOVER. P. 4a. Mis. F. S. 
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HER SECRET SIN. D. 4 a. A. Shirley 
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liKR fe^.N. <_'. 4 a. il. A. \ aelieu, a dr. 
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HER TALISMAN. CD. Fredk. Scott. 
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HER TRUE COLOURS. Ca. W. A. Brab- 
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HER TRUSTEE. D. 4 a. James J. Blood. 
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HER TWO. LOVERS. Ca. Keith Lonsdale- 
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HER VOTE. C. 1 a. H. V. Esmond. Play- 
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HER WEDDING DAY. D. 4 a. E. T. de 
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HER WEIKDINU DRESS. Oa. F. Lleweii- 
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HER WILD OATS. C. 4 a. J. Bickerdyke 
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February 21, 1906. 

HER WORLD AGAINST A LIE. D. Pro. 
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HERACLIDiE, THE. T. R. Potter. Transl. 
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HERACLIDES, LE8. T. Marmontel. 1752. 

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HERACLIUS, EMPEROR OF THE EAST. 

T. Lodowick Carlell. Little more than a 
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HERBERGPRINSES. 0. Block. Antwerp, 
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HERCULES. P. in 2 parts. Martin Slaugh- 
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HERCULES. M.D. Thos. Broughton. M. 
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HERCULES. T. R. Potter. Transl. fr. 
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HERCULES. T. Sir Edw. Sherburne, Bart. 
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HERCULES AND OMPHALE. Pant. C.G., 
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HERCULES AND O.MPHALE; OR, THE 
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HERCULES DISTRACTED. Michael Wod- 
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HERCULES, KING OF CLUBS. F. la 
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HERCULOUS. Two parts. Anon 1595. 

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HJEREWARiD. Cant. E. Prout. 

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HERMANI; OR, THE PLEDGE OF 
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HERMINE. P. 1 a. Chas. Thomas. Court, 
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HERMIONE; OR, VALOUR TRIUMPHANT, 
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HERMIT CONVERTED; OR, THE MAID 
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HERMIT OF WARKWORTH. T. Anon, 
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HERMOPHUS. A Latin C. George Wilde. 
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HERNE THE HUNTER. Panto. BurL 
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HERNE THE HUNTER. D. 5 a. Kenneth 
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HERNES OAK; OR, THE ROSE OF WIND- 
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HERO AND LEANDER. Christopher Mar- 
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HERO OF AN HOUR, A. F. Knight Sum- 
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HERO OF HEROES, A. D. 5 a. J. W. 

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HERO OF JAPAN, A. M. Sl<. John Nor- 
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HERO OF JERUSALEM, THE. D. 4 a., 
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HERO OF ROMANCE, A. D. Prol. and 5 
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HEROD. P. 3 a. Stephen Philips. Her 
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HEROD AND ANTIPATER, WITH THE 
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HEROD AND MARIAMNE. See Heriod and 
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HEROD THE GREAT. T. Roger Boyle, 
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HEROD THE GREAT. Dr. Poem. Francis 
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HEROD THE TETRACH. D. Matthew 
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HERODES. A Latin T. Wm. Goldingham. 
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HEROES. C. 3 a. Conway Edwardes. Liver- 
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HEROIC FOOTMAN, THE. F. Hay., 1736. 



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HEZEKIAH, KING OF JUDAH; OR, IN- 
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HIDDEN CRIME, THE. American D. 4 a. 
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HIDDEN ENEMY, A. D. 3 a. Alfred Gray. 
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HIDDEN HAND, THE. D. 4 a. Tom Tay- 
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HIDE AND SEEK. 0. 2 a. Joseph Lunn. 
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HINDOO'S REVENGE, THE. Originally Uhe 
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HOCHZEIT iDES CAMACHO, DIE. O. 2 a. 
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HOCK TUESDAY. Old Coventry Play exhib. 
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HOLLANDER, THE. C. Hy. Glapthorne. 
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